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Jabberwock 8 16,777.2k South Africa
16 Mar 2013 6:58AM

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dudler Plus
14 700 1339 England
1 Jun 2013 2:11PM
A higly accomplished glamour shot.

As so many models do, Amy has wrinkled her brow in looking back and up... As it's not how she normally looks, I wouldn't have any problem with cloning this out, myself, and I'm a "non-processing" type, usually.

The logo is also intrusive in a rather nice framing layout.

Having said that, it remains a lovely shot!
JohnM6 11 5 1 England
1 Jun 2013 4:46PM
Thanks John, constructive comments like this are really helpful to me as I don't get many chances to enjoy this genre of photography much.
dudler Plus
14 700 1339 England
1 Jun 2013 5:13PM
My pleasure, Sir!

The forehead thing is odd: soem models can control it, and others have a great deal of difficulty smoothing back to how they look the rest of the time. obviously, once you know it can happen, you can watch for it, and see if they can close their eyes, re-open them, and be smooth and unworried-looking.
JohnM6 11 5 1 England
1 Jun 2013 5:27PM
Probably my own fault. I was trying to get some movement in the shot by asking her to throw her hair round as she brought her face into camera. She couldn't understand why a photographer would want any sort of movement from a model, or it was my lake of confidence in managing the shoot. Never mind these are all areas of work in progress Blush
dudler Plus
14 700 1339 England
3 Jun 2013 4:17PM
It's all about the journey. Getting better involves lots of practice, which is fun!

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