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    black and white portrait

    just tried a new lighting style in black and white tell me your opinions about it thanks

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    Re: black and white portrait

    Very cool. Maybe a tad bright on the nose and just a fraction uneven ( the right side is a touch brighter) but still very very good in my eyes.

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    Re: black and white portrait

    Good one Ali. Play with it a bit and even out the light as Peter said, brightness and angle, and it will be perfect.

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    Re: black and white portrait

    thanks the right side is brighter because i use a umbrella on the right. for my third light i don't have a soft box. i think i can use a reflector as a third light. thanks again peter

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    Re: black and white portrait

    thanks andrew for your reply i will

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    Re: black and white portrait

    Really cool portrait Ali.

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    Re: black and white portrait

    thanks franky

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    Re: black and white portrait

    I frankly like this image. I think that you might tone down the bright side a bit in post processing but, I don't think that the sides need to mirror each other exactly. I wonder, however, if a bit of a crop at the top to end up with less hair showing might be better. Of course, show the same photo to a hundred different photographers and you will get a hundred different ideas about cropping!

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