Beautiful model

5 years 6 days ago #433329 by Georgian-Si-Valentina-Mihaila
I hope my photos are up to her beauty!


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5 years 6 days ago #433332 by Travel Nut
Excellent captures - well taken.


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5 years 6 days ago #433343 by stuartsbarbie
Great photographs, my favorite is the one with the black background.


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5 years 6 days ago #433347 by KCook
#1  Looks to be underexposed.  This one light approach might have worked for a tight shot of her face.  Pulled this far back I think a backlight or rim light is needed for better separation from the background.

#2  I like this much, much better.  Just not sure about the pose, that is my own weakest area.

Kelly

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5 years 3 days ago #433744 by Simon Says
Great shots. Thanks for sharing.


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4 years 11 months ago #434481 by Pitter
First one could use more light and I'd prefer the face angled a little more towards us. The second one is very nice.


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1 year 8 months ago #591976 by Nikon Shooter
The first would desirable in a cinematic approach for its
darker mood but as a standalone picture… not sure.

The second is quite fine but the FG is supporting the vi-
sual pleasure.

Light is free… capturing it is not!
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1 year 8 months ago #595097 by effron

KCook wrote: #1  Looks to be underexposed.  This one light approach might have worked for a tight shot of her face.  Pulled this far back I think a backlight or rim light is needed for better separation from the background.

#2  I like this much, much better.  Just not sure about the pose, that is my own weakest area.

Kelly


I'm in agreement....

Why so serious?
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