AlexaVanegas
AlexaVanegas

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vitor September 11, 2020
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Behind The Lens

Location
This photo was taken in Cozumel, Mexico.
Time
At noon.
Lighting
Taken with natural light, I was seeking the shade of palm trees, and letting the strong sun rays scape through the leaves to expose her eye.
Equipment
I was using Nikon d610, with a Nikon 70-200/F2.8.
Inspiration
I was doing a portrait session, and the light was terrible, noon!, looking for a place in shade gave the chance to achieve a better lighting.
Editing
Skin retouch was done, aye enhancement, coloring with Lightroom.
In my camera bag
Camera body. lenses, 50mm / 24-70 / 70-200mm Canon. light meter. grey card. speed light. small reflector for catch light.
Feedback
when you have a strong sun light always look for shelter, light patterns and under expose your images a little so you can keep highlights in control. and in post processing pull the shadows.

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