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Low key portrait - Elizabeth

By digitalphotons
From portrait studio shoot.

Tags: Portraits and people

Voters: HappyBaer, JackAllTog, jabe and 2 more


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HappyBaer 6 21 3
17 Mar 2011 6:56AM
I like the simple lighting and no touch up on this photo, it gives this shot a well thought out dramatic effect.

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jabe 5 10 4 United Kingdom
17 Mar 2011 8:09AM
Grin Superb portrait full of atmosphere and drama love it.Grin
johnnyboy114 7 231 106 United Kingdom
17 Mar 2011 12:08PM
The light and model are beautiful....really quite lovely indeed. And I agree about the lack of touch up.....usually. I am very much one to keep it as natural as possible, but in this case, BECAUSE it has been mentioned means that it has taken away from the image a little. There are ways and means of clearing the skin but leaving it still looking very natural indeed. Its a shame, as she is a very, very pretty model, but because of the dramatic lighting, it has shown the imperfections on her skin much much more than if the light was much more "straight on".....the shadows accentuate this around the imperfections and might be worth just removing these with the spot removal tool in PS. But other than that, I agree, leave as natural as possible, but I do feel that the marks on this detract just a little from what is a simple, beautiful and very effective image. I hope you don't see this is criticism, just hopefully something constructive for you to consider Smile

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