Today’s photo is a retake of Tuesday’s post. In this photo, I repositioned the camera, set my white balance to 3,500K (which gave a blue look to everything), use a flash with a CTO gel and a snoot on it, and underexposed the background by about 1½ f-stops and the subject lighted by the flash by about ½ f-stop. I think the changes gives the photo a totally different feel, but, what do you think?
Camera settings: Nikon D3 on a tripod, Nikon 70-200mm f/2.8 at ISO 1600, f/8 at 1/250th of a second.
Lightroom 4—increased clarity and added vibrance to the leaves in the foreground using the adjustment brush.