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05/03/2012 - 4:31 PM

Voyeur

VoyeurAgain an excellent shot, and very intriguing, considering how difficult is usually is to shoot in a bathroom you have done well, with the lighting.

The only real 'problem' I have is the Bra marks on your models skin . . . Ideally you would wait a couple of hours for those to fade first.

The condensation on the glass shower screen would make an excellent 'screen' to apply textures in photoshop as well.
24/06/2008 - 9:07 PM

Girl by The River

Girl by The RiverI Love the feeling of serenity I get from this image. Shooting with slide film and then scanning you are going to have difficulty with exposure latitude, and subsequent scanning, but you have handled that admirably. The issue I have is with the way the blur has been applied, it doesn't look like a large aperture has been used as there are areas of foreground and background in focus along with the 'blurred' areas, which makes it look artificial. Try adding a duplicate layer applying the blur to that (at a high level) then use a Hide all layer mask, then paint out on the mask where you want the sharp areas to be using a large soft brush (I would suggest the model, and close around her). Then you can alter the opacity of the blurred layer to soften the blurring.