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Helen

By BruceHB
This was my first attempt at studio work, during my A level Photography course. The model was the tutors daughter & we had to take turns with the other students. I dont think it has ever happened since, but the moment I pressed the shutter I had the feeling that I had captured the moment (well at least for that night)! If was printed on an unknown "art paper" to a 10x8 print & the print scanned in. Unfortunately the scan seems to have blown the highlights & I am a bit of a Photoshop novice! Any comments on how I can improve would be most welcome.

Tags: Portraits and people

Voters: doug_7, motman, julesm and 6 more


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Hanners Plus
10 875 10 Ireland
1 Apr 2006 10:36AM
I think you've got superb "connection" with the model, the eye contact is spot-on, although it seems a bit bright in the highlight areas. Composition is very good as is the pose. CLICK

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oppo 10 6 2 Scotland
1 Apr 2006 10:58AM
This is a top notch portrait. I think the scan has worked a treat. Nice to see some grain..Thats the good thing about FP4...Phil
Nigel_95 Plus
10 260 2 United Kingdom
1 Apr 2006 11:01AM
Welcome to epz. This is an excellent, natural portrait. Well done.

Nigel
motman 10 3
1 Apr 2006 1:47PM
Ditto well done
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