This is actually trickier than it looks. You have to get your exposure so the sky is blown out but careful that there is no haloing on the model. then be mindful of the dark areas to get some seperation in there, rather than a black blob.
Of course, once all the math is done, a perfect model really makes it work. In the end I think she is more shapely and good looking than I am brilliant.
thanks for the drop by, and your great comments.
Image from Previously in "So Windy, what will we do?"
Random Showcase image "Mirror, mirror on the floor", this is from an early gallery image.
Sep 5, 2011 5:02:07 pmby DrCarl Homepage »
a wonderful offset composition with just the right amount of light bouncing back into the shadows....
a funny thing though....as a photographer the first thing I liked about the image was the window!.....damn career getting in the way of my manhood...
thanks for sharing this friend