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The Beauty of nature

By Djuanim    
Thinking about of expressing the beauty of life in our nature. Here is one of my work during my morning photoshoot. Hope hear some advise and critics of my work for an additional knowledge about photographing peole and nature.

Model: Johanna Steeghs
MUA: Raymundo Mabaza
Location: Pattaya beach park Pattaya City Thailand
Date: 2/3/2013
Made: Nikon D200
Shutter speed: 1/3200s
EP: Aperture Priority
F stop: f/1.8
ISO: 500
lens: 50 mm f1.8

Tags: Portrait Model Park Nature Glamour Garden People Portraits and people

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Ayoob 6 Australia
21 Feb 2013 4:02AM
Beautiful capture and lovely model , pose........Grin

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paskinmj 9 11 1 United Kingdom
21 Feb 2013 4:16AM
Nice capture and processing.
Matt
dudler Plus
14 669 1273 England
21 Feb 2013 8:32AM
Very beautiful... Even better with no logo.

Otherwise, this is a perfectly dreamy outdoor shot. It' more than faintly reminescent of Sarah Moon's pictures on GAF 500 film - misty, dreamy, soft-focussed.

Slight compositional queries (hair jsut out of shot, for instance) fade into insignificance compared with the overall style and mood. There's nothing that's significantly wrong, and lots spectacularly right.
senn Plus
6 5 1 Belgium
21 Feb 2013 9:39AM
just fascinating ..
21 Feb 2013 10:14AM
A lovely image, beautifully captured and presented.
David
iancrowson Plus
7 211 146 United Kingdom
21 Feb 2013 10:58AM
Yes a beautiful image. This is just the type of photograph I personally enjoy, and a lovely model.
The colours and processing are good.
One point looking at the camera settings you used. If would have been preferable to use a lower shutter speed and lower ISO. You did not need 1/3200 sec whilst an ISO of 500 will lower picture quality especially with your older camera. If you intend to print the image to a large size this is even more important. The base ISO with your camera will be 200 ISO (check, but I almost sure) which will give you the best quality.
Ian
paulbroad 10 123 1229 United Kingdom
21 Feb 2013 2:09PM
Very nice and even better with no logo. There is more to this than you are telling us though, some processing. I too, just wonder why you needed an elevated ISO and thus such a high shutter speed. Possibly the change in colour rendition at higher ISO.

Paul
Niknut Plus
7 1.7k 76 United Kingdom
21 Feb 2013 4:54PM
Beautiful shot !!

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