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Dragstar 8 3 1 England
7 Jan 2011 3:02PM
Last one - Aw, shame !!

Mac Smile

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whipspeed Plus
12 4.2k 22 United Kingdom
7 Jan 2011 3:47PM
Fab model, that hair is brilliant and she's got a great smile.
I really like the pose, she looks confident and comfortable. If I were to nit pick, I'd lose the cushion and the cat would be sitting looking at the camera, although, cats are not really beings that take direction well
7 Jan 2011 5:01PM
Cheers! The cushion was a must I'm afraid as it was for Helen's upcoming feature in Devolution magazine. They wanted her to wear the t-shirt they sent, but she turned it into a cushion instead as a compromise.

The cat (Zappa) kept wandering into shot as he found it all very interesting. You're right, direction is not his forte. Smile
whipspeed Plus
12 4.2k 22 United Kingdom
7 Jan 2011 5:50PM
I can understand the cushion now, and it works much better than a t-shirt would.

As for the cat, they do say never work with children and animals Smile
johnnyboy114 7 231 106 United Kingdom
7 Jan 2011 6:22PM
Really rather excellent stuff. Superbly worked!
DaveG_photo 7 83 1 England
7 Jan 2011 11:49PM
Good shoot !
The dark to right of the model distracts me a bit... fill in flash behind the sofa ?
Look forward to seeing more from this shoot !
Dave.
9 Jan 2011 1:21PM
Yeah, it's not ideal. The background was replaced in PS as the original wallpaper was very shiny and the shadow was already on the stock image. I did try stretching it across but it warped the pattern too much and I couldn't find another image on the free stock sites to my taste. I just added some vignette to the left side to try and make it look slightly more deliberate.

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