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I am trying to take some head-shots of my colleagues

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I am trying to take some head-shots of my colleagues and when I shoot in portrait mode I am getting a strange little silhouette on one side of the subject. It doesn't seem to change much regardless of where I place the light source and it doesn't appear if I shoot from a landscape position.
Nikon D300S
Thanks. Eric
Submitted: 12 months ago.
Category: Camera and Video
Expert:  Pete replied 12 months ago.
Hi Eric,In Portrait mode you may need to add in more fill light for the background. This could be a second light, reflector, or anything that will put additional light on the background.
Expert:  Pete replied 11 months ago.
Hi Eric, just checking in on your question. How did things work out for you?

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