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Still flashing away happily in Morley
This is one of me with the softbox at 90 degrees to the camera and me stood at 45 degrees to them both. If oyu can picture that...
Just pulling faces and all that kinda thing - what you suppposed to do with self portraits.
Wierd that the ones where I look pi$$ed off seem to appeal to me... then they make candidates for the blue channel mono treatment
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fantastic lighting , excellent clarity
Blimey Ade, all you need is to colour your eyes red, and you could be the spawn of satan ;o) You look well pissed off !!
Very nice portrait all the same, and great use of the lights.
Film star look!! Great in B&W very effective.
Braver people and I can suggest which film star!!
a film star with contact lenses in...
Are we talkin John Belushi? !
Ok, so this is how you are supposed to do it! puts my recent efforts to shame. Very well taken.
very intense eyes !!
beautifully toned and love the perspective of the portrait..!!
Glad you enjoying your lights Ade, good moody lighting. Minor niggle, that little something hanging of the bottom of your chin.
fantastic portrait, love the evil stare, great lighhting....jojo
There you go again,lovely lighting and composistion,like this one very much
Superb eye contact and composition. How does the saying go "wouldn't want to meet him in a dark alley" Adrian. Moody 1940's style image. Ron.
Moody fellow ain't you Adrian.
Usually quite cheery Tim, but I think moody works best for this kinda shot
Not too sure about some of your experimentation stuff, though I know what you mean about the p1$ed off ones appealling more - this is not bad, but I think it's brave that you're experimenting and great that you put up all the info with the portraits - this to me is the single most useful thing someone can do with setup studio shots like this, and well worth the effort - wish more would do it - so thanks!
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