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Leanne 2

By ruralscotland
Another shot from my 2nd Studio 'event' with model Leanne.

This was in between shots, but liked the fact that she wasn't looking at the camera and caught off guard.

There was no flashguns used, just some normal 200W bulbs behind a stretched piece of material. All home made kit that someone else had brought along, so thought I would try at least!!

From my past series of shots. Shall return to E2 I think shortly for the larger uploads!!

Comments as always appreciated.

Tags: Scotland Studio 20d Black and white Portraits and people

Voters: ITPSnapper, EddieAC, samsalt1 and 9 more

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webby962 11 128 1 United Kingdom
23 Mar 2007 11:33AM
Well executed and it just goes to show that it's not the expensive gear that matters, but the skill in utilising the limitations of what is available.

well done.


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petra16 Plus
11 169 Scotland
23 Mar 2007 11:46AM
nice simple shot, it works for me

ruralscotland 12 1.3k
23 Mar 2007 11:49AM
Many thanks to you both for the comments.

Nice to see and hear from you Petra

Simon-Gimson 10 236 1 England
23 Mar 2007 11:56AM
nicly done great lighting lovely pose

samsalt1 10 34 4
23 Mar 2007 1:23PM
Black and white portraits can often be harsh but this has a lovely softness to it and albeit a budget lighting system it has done the job nicely as have you.
woolybill1 Plus
10 22 70 United Kingdom
23 Mar 2007 1:28PM
A pleasing composition which makes the most of the diagonal. Well thought out and well taken.
Hanners Plus
11 875 10 Ireland
23 Mar 2007 1:42PM
good pose and toning, a little tight in the frame perhaps and I would lose the shoes - it makes a big difference, but hey, it's a good shot and I like it.

graceland 12 2.5k 2 United Kingdom
23 Mar 2007 3:59PM
Nice like it ,,,,,,,
ITPSnapper 11 45 Netherlands
23 Mar 2007 5:37PM
Great work, I love the way you have framed this. The pose and lighting are excellent. Great work.

looboss 10 3.1k 7 United Kingdom
24 Mar 2007 8:33AM
I like it, natural unposed,,,

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