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Old Mar 2, 2005, 6:04 AM   #1
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isn't always a bad thing. Here I used a 22"x22" softbox feathered across the front of his face for the key light and fill is bounced from large umbrella 10' above the camera. A light with barndoors is placed high behind and slightly to the left his head to create more specular light on his hair and face. Of course, I intended to have more specular highlights on his face, but it didn't work out as I planned.

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I think I started a trend here, something equivalent toCubism or Impressionism in the art world. Maybe there's a name for it.

As always, the lightingand exposure areflawless.
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I think I started a trend here, something equivalent to Cubism or Impressionism in the art world. Maybe there's a name for it.

As always, the lighting and exposure are flawless.
LOL...I didn't want poor Kenneth to think I was stuck on a bunch of silly rules.

I shoot lots of portraits of women and when they purchase the prints, I know what they never buy which is why I mentioned it to you. Up the nose and under the chin shots could get me knocked in the head with a larg handbag. LOL

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