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Jennie in Darkness

By Bogwoppett
And now, a dilemma. I have two pics with very similar poses. There is just a small difference, yet it changes the picture's feel enough to merit separate pictures.
But do I put both up and run the risk of boring people, or one up?

And if only one, then which one?

Anyway, here, by the toss of a coin, is the first of the two!

Remember, VIEW the LARGE version. (so much is lost in the smaller version!)

Tags: Nude and glamour

Voters: paulcr, conrad, answersonapostcard and 18 more

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conrad 12 10.9k 116
10 Nov 2005 1:10AM
Oh, don't worry about boring people. Two slightly different good shots are better than just one! Or, why don't you upload them at different times of the day, which should give you a different audience.
Anyway, love the lighting here. Well done!


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10 Nov 2005 1:23AM
thanks Conrad!

paulcr 11 1.5k 9 Ireland
10 Nov 2005 1:30AM
Oh go mad, give us the other too. Enjoying the series. PAul
Malibu 11
10 Nov 2005 3:52AM
Another lovely shot, very well lit, she looks very serene in this one.
Dave_G 11 41 1
10 Nov 2005 4:47AM
Lovely series and has inspired me to have a go.

Click- Dave
10 Nov 2005 6:11AM
can't wait to see how it turns out for you. Hoping you'll get some fantastic results!
colin 12 697 5 Scotland
10 Nov 2005 9:05AM
Lovely lighting. Don't mind looking at two great shots.

silburkp 12 3 England
10 Nov 2005 11:39AM
Great shot, especially in B&W. Excellent lighting.
kaybee 12 4.9k 25 Scotland
10 Nov 2005 12:12PM
Stop talking drivel Steph and just post the two of them.

I take it you have now bought a hairbrush for the next session? LOL

Roy (the girl)
UserRemoved 11 481
10 Nov 2005 12:55PM
This is such a lovely soothing image. Technically, it's flawless. The lighting is just so good. But it's that very calm expression on Jennie's face which makes this image work for me.

You know, it really is so inspiring to see imaginative work like this. This is indeed quality Art. You have a unique style.

10 Nov 2005 4:08PM
Okay Roy (the girl)
drivel is over and the other pic is soon to be uploaded!! (my god, you girls are so DEMANDING!)

Yan, i really appreciate your words! thankyou!

10 Nov 2005 4:12PM
that's what makes this site, it's the people you meet and the creativity you witness.

from the cave wall to the digital camera, we all have imagination and that spark of creation within us.

(Yes, yes, before anyone says.... yes I've been out tonight, yes, i've had some cocktails, and yes, I'm talking drivel again!)
10 Nov 2005 4:54PM
oh my god, I think I'm having gender identification issues!!!!

it's steve, male, steve!!
vparmar 12 7 United Kingdom
2 Dec 2005 2:26AM
this is a superb quality image Steve , lovely lighting and like the expression on Jennie's face.
regards Vinny
Paper_cut 11 1
13 Feb 2006 9:58AM
This is amazing I love the lighting and pose.
I prefere this to the other 1.
you have a great eye for the shape and form of the body, all your shoots are really amazing keep it up!

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