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Cormy 8 3 England
11 Oct 2010 5:08PM
Stunning model and great eye contact.Fine portrait.
Cheers
Alan

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akhtarkhan 14 4 United Kingdom
11 Oct 2010 5:25PM
Great studio shot. lovely pose of beautiful model.
Akhtar
Beautiful image, great capture.
PANKAJ
Buffalo_Tom Plus
10 2.3k 9 Wales
11 Oct 2010 5:40PM
Lovely portrait Angi.
Tom.
A real beauty. This is a very beautiful portrait. A lovely pose and well composed.
Steve.
Alvar 9 23 2 France
11 Oct 2010 5:46PM
Nice pose detail and model.
User_Removed 8 1 8 United Kingdom
11 Oct 2010 6:04PM
pure quality.

Al.
DouglasMorley 6 27 1 Canada
11 Oct 2010 6:23PM
Ditto the above comments. But you did ask for more than just praise.

The shine on Jana's nose could possibly have been prevented by make up. Perhaps you could have lowered the dish to put more light in her face thus avoiding face shadows especially under her eyes. Or you could have adjusted the tri flector with the same goal in mind.

Then again, as portrait work is so subjective, you may not agree. I think that the real tip is to try lots of set ups and then see what you and your model think.
Richsr Plus
9 90 223 England
11 Oct 2010 7:09PM
Good portriat image Angi like the pose and details.
Regards Richard
Angi_Wallace 8 172 10 United Kingdom
11 Oct 2010 7:21PM

Quote:Ditto the above comments. But you did ask for more than just praise.

The shine on Jana's nose could possibly have been prevented by make up. Perhaps you could have lowered the dish to put more light in her face thus avoiding face shadows especially under her eyes. Or you could have adjusted the tri flector with the same goal in mind.

Then again, as portrait work is so subjective, you may not agree. I think that the real tip is to try lots of set ups and then see what you and your model think.



Thanks Douglas Wink I have a chance to play with this set up soon and will certainly play around more
Nolly 11 19 England
11 Oct 2010 8:00PM
Lovely model and what eyes.

Nolly
11 Oct 2010 9:23PM
A beautiful portrait.
Tony

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