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Pin-up Parasol

By rah    
OK this is definitely the last one from the retro pin-up inspired shots. Styling, model, pic and manipulation - me. I'm still not sure if I've got the look of the pictures quite right - I used gaussian blurring, increased saturation and grain to achieve this. Taken outside - natural light. If anyone knows how this is supposed to be done, I'd love to know! Thanks

Tags: Glamour Girl Retro Digitally manipulated Pin-up Burlesque Portraits and people Old hollywood Nude and glamour

Voters: watchart, simont, cantona43 and 25 more


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cantona43 Plus
11 924 4 England
9 Oct 2007 9:14AM
wonderful shot lovely model nice crop the only thing I can see wrong IMO is maybe a bit too much light on the back of her left arm but I am no expert and it is still a very nice shot
Neil

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MattGrayson 9 622 3 England
9 Oct 2007 10:02AM
True, cantona, it does seem to blend to the background.
I'll give it a shot... Smile
kaybee 12 4.8k 25 Scotland
9 Oct 2007 10:55AM
Lighten the background slightly and it solves the arm problem (although I don't actually see there being a problem)

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Dragstar 8 3 1 England
9 Oct 2007 11:00AM
Minor detail with the arm - like the background as is - adds warmth and is more period, as I believe you intended. Smile
Ps: Bigger is better methinks Wink
rah 8 Scotland
9 Oct 2007 11:01AM
Thank you kaybee - think yours is better. Right about the arm - didn't pick it up but it does merge into the background somewhat, thanks, Rachel
barry john 12 25 England
9 Oct 2007 9:00PM
Hi Thanks for allowing a mod
Softened the skin, addded highlights and colour to the hair removed the colour cast from the face and whitened the background

Thanks Barry John
rah 8 Scotland
9 Oct 2007 10:49PM
Thanks guys Smile
bigufe 11 173
11 Oct 2007 3:41AM
In the best tradition

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