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4 Jan 2011 10:54PM
Nice lighting, beautiful model

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4 Jan 2011 10:54PM
Bit shame it's only one light source, but good shot anyway!
br
mac
4 Jan 2011 10:56PM
Lovely image.
debu
jabe Plus
5 10 4 United Kingdom
4 Jan 2011 11:13PM
What an extremely beautiful woman to portray,i think this pose works well against the stonework,befitting the title , as your model looks like an Egyption godess in this photograph, a very lovely shot.
imagio Plus
9 12 1 England
4 Jan 2011 11:15PM
Great light source Bruce, love the effect it creates

Bernie
DP_Imagery Plus
11 24 6 Wales
4 Jan 2011 11:20PM
Many thanks folks.

mac - two lights in fact Wink

Jabe - glad you spotted the stonework / egyptian link Smile

Cheers Bernie - glad you like it.

Bruce
TommyStr 10 9 3 Norway
5 Jan 2011 2:02PM
I really like the tangled pose, adds suspense (as does the bra strap off the shoulder, and the expression). Nice contrast between the skin and the gritty wall, I thought about Egypt too before I saw the title

I guess what mac meant to say is he'd like to see more light/shadow play? Think it would be interesting too to see this kind of image more sidelit or more contrasty, as a different image of course. The Egypt feel would be gone with that kind of lighting, but I wouldn't mind seeing something like this as a gritty bnw. Good work Bruce
DP_Imagery Plus
11 24 6 Wales
5 Jan 2011 5:15PM
Hi Tommy - thanks for looking in and for your constructive comment. You are right that using a more sculpting light set up would create a very different and interesting study - but as you say the Egypt feel would be lost. However, worth thinking about for y next shoot Smile

Bruce
Brilane 9 5 12 Wales
5 Jan 2011 11:27PM
Nice shot, My thought is that the position of her legs looks a bit strained, perhaps, had her right leg been put back a bit so that the left leg crossed over it just below the knee of the right leg, it could possibly make for more symmetry.
Just a thought, but then I know nothing about Glamour photography. A lovely picture any way.
Brian
5 Jan 2011 11:28PM
I like the pose and the wonderful skin tones. She's a beautiful model.
Johanna
DP_Imagery Plus
11 24 6 Wales
6 Jan 2011 10:52PM
Thanks brian - I did do one like that but lost the Pyramid shape so went with this one. Know what you mean though.

Thank you Johanna - much appreciated.

Bruce
foggytwo 12 36 1 Scotland
11 Jan 2011 3:17PM
Great title,great image,great pose.Nice one mate.
Pete.
gary_d Plus
8 576 13 Wales
11 Jan 2011 8:59PM
A lovely image and model. - gary
bliba Plus
10 2 Austria
13 Jan 2011 9:46AM
like her pose....well done

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