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By afyfe  
I have been away from ephotozine for quite a while trying to sharpen up my lighting usage and techniques. I am currently doing a series on the human form, so I hope you like it and welcome comments.

Thanks to samsalt for his comments

Tags: Male Lighting Human form Flash and lighting Nude and glamour

Voters: illiboy, daibev, VIKI and 21 more

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7 Oct 2008 5:17AM
strong pic lol

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daibev Plus
14 308 Wales
7 Oct 2008 6:25AM
Great shot.

MarkT 13 119 2 England
7 Oct 2008 8:50AM
Excellent capture Andy,

4.15 upload - lol.

DOGSBODY 9 1.4k 30 England
7 Oct 2008 8:50AM
This is what I looked like before I went bald. Well captured. Andy
Ian-Munro 10 200 15 Wales
7 Oct 2008 10:04AM
Nice image. Is this Sergie Topchey? (spelling)

I was at the Mike Williams Classic on the weekend. It was a great show. My mate Steve Davies was first closely followed by this fellow who looked great.

Good image i like the way you have worked the backround.

Ian Munro
samsalt 9 24 1 England
7 Oct 2008 12:10PM
I thought at first I was looking in the mirror but then i realised I was sitting down so it couldn't be me Smile

Joking apart it is a superb image and its good to see my earlier comment helped.


As said before I don't vote
afyfe 14 270
7 Oct 2008 5:33PM
The background is as it was required straight out of the camera and light restriction is chosen through decreased aperture size. It is a picture of the great Sergiy Topchiy. I will put some pictures of Steve Davies up later on as I too went to the Mike Williams Classic to continue my human form series.
Lilac 11 33 England
7 Oct 2008 7:52PM
Great image

afyfe 14 270
7 Oct 2008 9:46PM
Trooper whats your email ?
Karrol 9 29 England
8 Oct 2008 12:32AM
mohikan22 14 2.3k 2 United Kingdom
8 Oct 2008 8:09AM
a great shot. has a classic roman/greek feel anf look to it. lots of detail and brilliant lighting/aperture work

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