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3 Responses to Focusing

  1. ooggetuige says:

    If you like this photograph, please do share it on your social network.



  2. I spent some time looking at your photo, “Focusing” and trying to understand why it bothered me. I concluded that the area behind her head is so dark that I couldn’t differentiate between her head and the shadow behind her head. If there had been a little light on her right side when you took the photograph or you had lightened the area behind her head in post-prossesing, then there would have been a little more light to separate her head from the shadow. Can you reshoot this or do more in post processing? Dodging that area lightly might just do the trick.

    • ooggetuige says:

      Dear Timothy,

      Thanks again for your comment. It is critical, specific and to the point. Just the way, I prefer comments to be!

      About 95% of all my photo’s are made using natural light. Since January this year I’ve started to use a studio set.

      However, I am still trying to find my bearing. Next time, I’ll try to take you advice into account.

      I am looking forward to your next critism.



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