Luca wrote: But in order to cover all the shadows, wouldn't you need to position the flash from low and pointed up? And wouldn't that highlight under the cap, making it look off?
BTW thank you for offering the advice!
Stanly wrote: Try using a gold reflector
Troponin wrote: So, before I advise anything, what are you trying to do? What is the event? How far? Can you change positions? Can you move the models/subjects? There are times when the shadow effect on the face is really cool, while other times it's not. It's all about getting the right angle of light, composition, and exposure. The other option is to get them in to a shaded area. You can even use the shadows to compose with if the lighting is right. Another option is back lighting. This will eliminate pretty much most of the issue altogether.
I don't photograph many folks with hats, but I do sometimes. Whenever I am trying to achieve something new, I do a search for inspiration on how others have dealt with the same situations, learn some, then try to create something of my own with the experiences.
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