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Simon-Gimson 10 236 1 England
30 Nov 2008 2:46PM
top shot again


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cnorris 8 1 2 England
30 Nov 2008 2:58PM
dazzaman 10 631 England
30 Nov 2008 3:40PM
12 votes and only 3 comments, CRIMINAL.
Simon-Gimson 10 236 1 England
30 Nov 2008 7:24PM
well doe on both the h.c

k_words 10 8 2 United Kingdom
30 Nov 2008 9:55PM
Spot on ! Love it !
hook 9 706 England
30 Nov 2008 10:06PM
2 HCs in 2 days!, I well made up. thanks to all for the support.

HowardA 9 231
30 Nov 2008 10:50PM
Great set-up and good job with the lighting. Congrats.

A good photo. A very good photo.
Hi This is another great shot – you have asked for c & c so here are some Very MINOR observations. The colours are beautiful in this but I find the white graffiti is a little bit dominant –could it be toned down a bit. Some rim lighting (very difficult outside with portable kit) would have just separated her a little from the background. Cropping slightly more to the right may have put more weight to the story of finding the roses in such a hopeless place? All these things are so easy to spot after the event!!!! Ether way is a cool shot as it is… I would have been very pleased with it! I am also honoured to be click no 30!
hook 9 706 England
1 Dec 2008 10:55AM
thanks for the constructive critique wayne. I may do waht you say and see how it looks

mpnuttall 9 91 6 United Kingdom
1 Dec 2008 2:04PM
Really like this. Nice pose and eye contact. As Wayne mentions, the model and backgound could use a little seperation. I think that were you to shoot a similar set again, a lighter dress colour would be the easiest work-around, as the lighting looks (don't know if it is?) very natural, and a rim light would give it more of a studio feel I think; not necessarily a bad thing, just a different type of shot.

Nice work still though. I've only recently got hold of a couple of flashes and taken an interest in portrait photography, so it's great to come across nice ideas and executions like this. One day i might actually take something half decent myself!!

Cheers, Mark
hook 9 706 England
1 Dec 2008 2:51PM
thank you mark.

My intention was to keep the lighting looking as natural as possible, as the soft box on the left was as high as i could get it
cider 12 United Kingdom
8 Feb 2009 11:10PM
Hi this is fantastic i just love what you have done here.
Would like to do some work with you.
hook 9 706 England
10 Feb 2009 9:27AM
always up for working with people cider.

just drop me a line some time.


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