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thanks as always
Much more than a snapshot!
I agree with Taggart...this is much, much more than just a snapshot. Get rid of the light patch on her nose and this would be perfect.
Thankyou 4 the share...Click
Grand candid portrait thanks for sharing it Colin
Beautiful portrait Diana, stark yet haunting, so very much more than a snapshot.
Quote: Beautiful portrait Diana, stark yet haunting, so very much more than a snapshot.
I totally agree Diana
The light of the moment catching her eyes.
I like the crisp clean simplicity of this shot
Fabulous shot....agree with SpeedAltStar...well done...Jools
It really is a snapshot, thats what was required, its a special day for her today so I am just marking the time really
Quote: Get rid of the light patch on her nose and this would be perfect.
so subtle Csuk! its not a bright spot she has a broken nose, its character !
I shot this in my daytime studio lol, the hot walls in Old Portsmouth
the light is just amazing here.....(I shoot at night here a lot too, moonbathing)
Much more than a snapshot, Diana, a very lovely captured portrait.
those triangular catch lights are very engaging... one of those images where you don't want to be shooting on a 39mb digital MF, some portraits it's about transitional states, about tones flowing, like this
What a lovely portrait Diana.
you have such an astute eye Nick
its taken under the arches here by the beach, the sun is to the left/behind me and I am in the middle of her eyes creating that triangle of light
the arches really do create a fab studio, I often go here and have even set up a complete studio with a lighting kit underneath them
great apres wedding shoot location too
Magical image. Not bad for just a snapshot. Supermodel in the making. Magical eyes.
brilliant, simply brilliant
What a fantastic model. Like the shot a lot!
If you had mentioned her nose was broken, I would'nt have had to make the subtle comment!
pretty girl, excellent portrait, worth the RC.
and Mick, for the RC too
This is one of the best portraits I have ever seen, snapshot for you maybe, decisive moment to me, If this portrait was in sepia i would thought Nadar, Love the contrast oozing from the beautiful eyes the expression is unique and better than Sarah Bernhardt in my opinion.
wow thanks so much Costas for your precious UA (and comment) thats something special that comparison.....I'll sepia tone this later and upload as a V2 then
Wonderfully simple. Remind me of a famous Walken Evans portrait of a farming lady during the FSA years.Same staightforward efficient approach.
thanks too Francois but dya know, I thought of Richard Avedon when I saw this on the screen, similar to Walker Evans, yes (well in context anyway)
I love it too, its one of my fave own photos for its plan simplicity
I'm going to shoot more like this now, thanks for the inspiration on this
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