I have been into photography for about a year now. I am very grateful I can use a studio of the local photographer here. Together we have build a cyclorama wall and the photo shoots are going pretty well lately. However, I noticed something strange happening with my photographs.
I have two amateur studio flash heads, 200W each, and they both have a 60cm x 90cm soft-box. I am using these to light the background. They are positioned at both sides of the model and point towards the back of the cyclorama wall. I am also using a Canon 600EX-RT also in a soft-box as a key-light positioned in a Rembrandt setting.
Now, everything works quite fine and the photos turn out to be great, but I notice the pictures are fuzzy. Can anyone guess just from my story what could be the problem? Unfortunately I cannot share any pictures, because I am shooting pictures of children and their parents.
EDIT: I have been searching through photo's that have this particular issue and decided to use one to show you, what I mean by it.
I have learned yesterday that this might be caused by light spill or something, as you can see there is some haze on her contours. It is best noticeable towards the camera right side. can anyone explain me more about this issue? By the way she was wearing a beautiful deep red dress, because of this light spill the nice color has faded away in all the photos