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Lens: Nikon 18~70mm Lens Camera: Nikon D200 Photo Location: Home ISO: 200 Shutter Speed: 1/60s Aperture: F8 
Posted By: Tonytee, 01-30-2018, 01:49 AM



Focal Length 70mm, Manual Exposure Mode, Used Nikon SB-24 Spdlt, and Spot Metering.

This young lady is quite a sweetheart. She came down from Seattle, Wa., to spend the weekend with us. A true joy to have her with us.

I am happy with the way this photo turned out. The only adjustment I made in PPE was a smidgen of cropping at the bottom. I am pleased that there is only a minimum of shadow which can turn an otherwise excellent photo into a disaster. A little overexposed on her face, so sue me. ))

Thanks for viewing.

TT
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Focal Length 70mm, Manual Exposure Mode, Used Nikon SB-24 Spdlt, and Spot Metering.

This young lady is quite a sweetheart. She came down from Seattle, Wa., to spend the weekend with us. A true joy to have her with us.

I am happy with the way this photo turned out. The only adjustment I made in PPE was a smidgen of cropping at the bottom. I am pleased that there is only a minimum of shadow which can turn an otherwise excellent photo into a disaster. A little overexposed on her face, so sue me. ))

Thanks for viewing.

TT
Nice pic, Tony!

But don't be afraid of shadows. You have to create them in pictures of flowers or people. It's what makes them 3d objects.

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Nice pic, Tony!

But don't be afraid of shadows. You have to create them in pictures of flowers or people. It's what makes them 3d objects.
Many thanks and as usual, you are spot on with your advice.

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