Thank you, I consider Neil's work (neltron3030) more advanced than mine based on his use of light, and subjectively I like his clean editing. I actually think I'm low on the totem pole compared to other posters here. Sometimes we're our own worst critic!PrinceMS wrote: ↑Jul 23rd, 2016 2:27 pmI find both of your work to be super amazing. I am trying to notch my work up as well. I feel I need more experience in editing - Any tutorials / tips where should i start? I am liking the "studio" look these days a lot.
There is this before / after
https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B3zye ... UxDaUJDeGM
https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B3zye ... HVkdG5YRTg
I can guess somewhat - what has been done (and lot of light "painting" has been done to it) but if I can get an explanation that will be awesome.
Anyway, those 2 images are different angled shots and assuming modifiers weren't added/removed, it looks like the metering is off in the duller one, peek at the brightness in the window. Walk around a window yourself and watch the light change as you take shots.
The best thing to do is to get the shot 'right' in camera, and use reflectors/modifiers to help, tweaking the pose.
You can try starting with: