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So I lent my camera to someone, and I want to make the photos a bit better without her particularly noticing, so little level adjustments and maybe some cropping. This is one of the slightly less good ones, what would /p/ do to improve it without it having been obviously tampered with?
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I have a shoot tomorrow, it's with a 15 year old and 6 year old, a family portrait session minus the parents basically, the client has a huge house, lots of room to pose and work, I have a D600, 24-70 f/2.8, two SB-700s and two umbrellas on stands,
Wat do, tips on posing/lighting two people.