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Dessous shot

Postby pam.meier » Fri 5 Mar 2010 21:28

Hope this is not offensive.
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Re: Dessous shot

Postby Vincent De Vos » Sat 6 Mar 2010 14:10

pam.meier wrote:Hope this is not offensive.


A very beautiful, attractive, sensual, artistic female portrait.
Not offensive by any means.
Congratulations. Very well captured.
Passioned by beautiful pictures, not a very active photographer though...
Regards,
Vincent

PS I use google translate a lot to write better English. So, if mistake, I's google, not me. ;)
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Re: Dessous shot

Postby RudyDusslier » Sat 6 Mar 2010 22:03

Hello Pamela,

Very nice picture, beautiful colors and light.

Not offensive at all. Keep posting pictures like this.

Greetings,
Rudy
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Re: Dessous shot

Postby pam.meier » Sat 6 Mar 2010 22:10

Thank you for the positive feedback.
As with most "almost nudes! and nudes, lighting situations and pp is a matter of taste. And tastes differ.
Glad if you like it.

By the way a very nice person. Most girls I photograph happen to be Russian Germans. They love to be photographed ;)
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Re: Dessous shot

Postby wwallace » Sun 7 Mar 2010 01:10

Extremely beautiful! And, I really like the lighting and tonality on the torso!
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Re: Dessous shot

Postby ChrisBergstrom » Sun 7 Mar 2010 02:44

Excellent lighting. Did you purposely keep light out of the right eye? I would have personally liked to have added light there, but it's your shot and I just wanted to know if leaving it in shadow was your intention?
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Re: Dessous shot

Postby pam.meier » Sun 7 Mar 2010 10:10

Oh, actually I burnt the left side a little for contrast ;) But with extreme lighting from one side it is a matter of luck, if the model turns her head slightly, you get something totally different. In the following frames she turned towards the main light and all eyes are lit, but the 3d effect is gone.
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