I love to take landscape shots. And I think landscape photography would be the area of interest that I would like to master. But being a beginner in this, I would like to try everything out first before I really decide which area I want to specialize.
All this while, I took photos of people without really thinking about the lightings. To me as long as everything is expose properly, than that would be a reasonable shot. So, a couple of days back, I consciously tried using available light to take a portrait of my son. This is the result
The available light comes from a window with the shutter partial close to control the size of the light. I used spot metering on the lighter side of his face, but ubfortunately, there are some highlights near the side of his forehead.
So, what do you guys think?
p/s: He was reluctant to sign the model release!