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    Using flash rather than Aperture in Segmenting background in portrait image

    Like this image.

    Using flash rather than Aperture in Segmenting background in portrait image
    Any suggestion?

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    Re: Using flash rather than Aperture in Segmenting background in portrait image

    Hi Boko,

    I can see what you're trying to do, but I'm just not sure if having the 2nd set of highlights (under the light) works or not -- to my eye it makes that area compete with the couple.

    If it were me, I'd probably have shot the couple with a vertical orientation (and perhaps slightly less Dutch tilt), but expose the ambient light a little more (to reveal more detail behind the gent), and also tone down the flash hitting the wall behind the lady.

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    Re: Using flash rather than Aperture in Segmenting background in portrait image

    Thank you Mr. Southern. I've tried to use 3 flashes for getting 3 parts of light, one for Model, one for back ground near the model and one for further background, Aperture is set to 11 .
    But it's at night, this picture is at noon
    Using flash rather than Aperture in Segmenting background in portrait image

    This is not my picture, but I think we could find something in

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