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April 19, 2012 - 3 went

Simplifying Location Photography with David Guy Maynard

Set up the custome white balance using the Expodisc

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  • Alfredo

    Hi Loan, the following is from a blog from David Ziser. I hope this is helpful. It starts here: "1. Notice that the far eye isn’t framed by the far part of the face and seems to hang out into space. With the subject’s head turned a bit back to camera, the eye would have been framed up and we would have a more flattering portrait of our lovely young lady. 2. More importantly, look at how close the tip of the subject’s nose is to her cheek. The nose is so close that what we see is what I like to call the “Pinocchio effect”. The net effect for the viewer and to the detriment of our model is that the nose appears larger that it really is." ***ends here*** if you want to read more:

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