the 25 and 50 are overexposed by 3 and 4 stops and the 1600 is underexposed by 2 stops. The skin tone is of course difficult due to the limits of the web. Her hair is brown with a redish tone so somewhere in between both is most accurate. I chose this lighting to also emph the contrast control as backlight subjects seem to happen to me a lot!
Viva la Revolution- Stephen
So it's hard to tell about skin tone with the subject being backlit and in the shade. Could we have something with more direct illumination?
Also, does the subject have brown hair or is it dyed red?
So, to clarify, did you push the fill 2 stops to 1600 or is it underexposed two stops?
And, thank you for your tests.
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