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On 9/12/2021 at 4:38 PM, StockingTop said:

Yes, bit of a crappy picture that one.

No it´s not.

There is just not enough light to make it shine.

 

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This picture was too dark and was brightened in postproduction, sometimes that works very well. Try it!

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15 hours ago, Isolathor said:

No it´s not.

There is just not enough light to make it shine.

 

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Now those white slingbacks are VERY nice!   I'm guessing 5"?   That style was very popular in the early '60s but I have very rarely seen them (being either worn or advertised) in recent years; all offerings seem to have the wrong heel position or toe shape, or are given an ankle strap and an ugly platform.

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1 hour ago, spikesmike said:

lsorlathor : Are you saying you would rather have light than a subject (model ) ?  MikeDSCF5363.thumb.JPG.04b783383f4e48089e755afa83c145a5.JPG

No, but to make your model shine you need the right lighting, different sources, diffusors, reflectors and so on. It is amazing to see a pro work and how much equipment they use. I've added a second big flash to my main lighting in many pictures, some pictures have even a small fillflash added.

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