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By DouglasMorley
Tungsten lighting. Main camera left, fill to right.

50mm lens, f2.8.

Tags: Studio Tungsten Portraits and people Glamour female model

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19 Nov 2011 8:30PM
Nice shot. Amazing lighting. The model is delicious.
Regards, Oleg.

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paulbroad 10 123 1235 United Kingdom
21 Nov 2011 7:52PM
Nice in general. Your tungsten lighting must be quite weak to need f2.8 and ISO1600. Two things - I would crop from the bottom - don't think 3/4 is ideal here as the image is in the top half and her hand, being near the light and very large is quite dominant.

Lynamick 15 2 31 United Kingdom
22 Nov 2011 1:45PM
I tend to agree with Paul, also I would have ask the model to straightened her dress a little. The pose is not bad but I find the long straight line of the back of her neck a bit strange. The only other thing, ISO 1600, surely the photo should be showing a lot more grain?
DouglasMorley 7 30 1 Canada
23 Nov 2011 6:25PM
Thanks for the comments and suggestions.

Lynamick - thanks indeed for the lack of grain remark. Testament to the so called aging sensor and indeed, the camera.

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