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By arhb      
I did a shoot with Sophie down at West Wittering last friday evening.
My intention was to try some long exposure work to get a misty looking sea, but being experimental, I didn't realise that a heavy velvet dress would be pulling Sophie around all over the place due to the current, which wasn't condusive to anything like a sharp image.
We did manage to get some shots with ~10 sec exposures, and I'm still working on them, but I liked this one, which is a normal time capture, so thought I'd share.
Let me know what you think.

Tags: Seaside West wittering Portraits and people

Voters: scrimmy, Alan_Baseley, dudler and 28 more

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scrimmy Plus
8 388 5 Scotland
17 Jun 2012 6:20PM
i think you are very cruel to your model, she must be very brave SmileTongueWink great image though, well worth the effort

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dudler Plus
14 555 1132 England
17 Jun 2012 6:39PM
Adventurous idea, and an intense and beautiful model.

Worth the effort all round...
17 Jun 2012 6:49PM
Wonderful image.

arhb Plus
10 3.3k 68 United Kingdom
17 Jun 2012 6:50PM
Thanks guys.
@ Scrimmy, Sophie knows what she's getting into when she works with me - we spent half the time in fits of laughter! Possibly one of our favourite shoots ever Smile
17 Jun 2012 7:00PM
Wonderfully pose and expression on the model's face and great composition. Lovely ethereal and otherworldly quality too.

tomcat 11 6.4k 15 United Kingdom
17 Jun 2012 7:05PM
Poor lass looks frozen to deathWink

arhb Plus
10 3.3k 68 United Kingdom
17 Jun 2012 7:06PM
I didn't pay her either! Wink
JackAllTog Plus
8 4.7k 58 United Kingdom
17 Jun 2012 7:24PM
Wow, this is excellent, i love how the sky reflects behind her too.
dathersmith 10 556 12 England
17 Jun 2012 7:39PM
It works for me Andrew, love her stare.

arhb Plus
10 3.3k 68 United Kingdom
17 Jun 2012 8:06PM
Thanks Stuart and Darren.
Richsr 10 91 223 England
19 Jun 2012 11:08AM
Like the expression and use of the location Andrew, good one
Regards Richard

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