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User_Removed 13 398 6 United Kingdom
19 Oct 2008 8:09PM
Love it - my sort of image Wink was it a bare flash or difused in any way Dan?

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Coleslaw 13 13.4k 28 Wales
19 Oct 2008 8:09PM
Like it as well.
culturedcanvas 13 4.7k 59 United Kingdom
19 Oct 2008 8:12PM
Yet another home made contraption Neal .. part grid, part diffuser. I'm essentially working on the idea at the moment so it's still work in progress. The aim being to give me a softer controlled beam of light .. it kind of works but not to the extent I want!

Smile
Paul Morgan 18 19.3k 6 England
19 Oct 2008 8:18PM

Quote:Yet another home made contraption


Thats the way to go Dan.

Composition, lighting and model all great, sure one or two will point out the odd stray hairs though not a big deal.
ashley 15 167 1 United Kingdom
19 Oct 2008 8:24PM
like it

Ash
User_Removed 13 398 6 United Kingdom
19 Oct 2008 8:24PM
Arh man after my own heart Wink I use a 4" cereal box with straws in too ?
culturedcanvas 13 4.7k 59 United Kingdom
19 Oct 2008 8:28PM
Grid wise I have a lot ! Cardboard again ... and straws from 0.5cm upto around 7cm. I also have a variety which accept gels to create colour casts in shots .. the idea on this one is to diffuse the light after it exits the grid. I'm going to end up with the starship enterprise attached to the 580's Smile


Quote:Composition, lighting and model all great, sure one or two will point out the odd stray hairs though not a big deal.


Another good point ... but for me this is what urban portraits are all about. Trying to get it as close as possible at the time .. mainly because there's not point showing someone the art of firing off fast, high impact portraits if they then have to spend 2 hours retouching them.

My recent aims for this type of shoot has been to use the raw processing more than ever to get shots looking good right from the off. Saving time in the workflow and making PS secondary.
Hanners 13 875 10 Ireland
19 Oct 2008 8:38PM
one of the best that you've uploaded for a while Dan, makes me wonder what the completed job will look like Wink
Simon_Palmer 12 759 11 United Kingdom
19 Oct 2008 8:47PM
Agree with Hanners, one of the best from you for a while. Sounds wrong that but I hope you take it the right way. I love this shot and to be fair if anyone pulls you up on the stray hairs I'll hold 'em down whilst you beat 'em Wink

Love the use of the subway in this and the lighting is excellent, superb processing too yet it doesn't look in any way wrong just looks so good, very professional indeed Dan. I'm very, very impressed.
Richsr 12 91 223 England
19 Oct 2008 9:38PM
Like the lighting and tones in this Dan - well captured.
Regards Richard.
Geraint 12 715 34 Wales
19 Oct 2008 10:13PM
This is fantastic.
MarkT 14 119 2 England
19 Oct 2008 10:16PM
Superb Dan.

Mark.
ARJones 12 103 3 United Kingdom
19 Oct 2008 11:05PM
Excellent composition and lighting - I must start to look into this strobist stuff - the lighting is first rate.

Andy
20 Oct 2008 11:26AM
Like this one Dan....

Was up in Northumbria Thursday & Friday last, weather pretty good....

Keith....

PS Have an RC on me....
20 Oct 2008 3:16PM
class again. She's so beautifully placed within that setting again. love the dof... admire the lighting. did something a bit alike recently with a model. was quite happy with the result. but now i feel it just lacks in so many aspects, perhaps light being the major one. Oh well, I'll just roughen it up in PS and tell everyone that's what I was after Wink
pmorgan 12 217 13 England
20 Oct 2008 3:26PM
Lovely looking girl, very well caught!

Rgds
Paul
canon_stu 16 140 4 England
20 Oct 2008 11:55PM
Love the stare, dunno if its enticing or confrontation but it works well. Stu
wamp 13 276 8 England
21 Oct 2008 7:48PM
Really like this one Dan, the lighting and atmosphere created as a result of it is very effective

Sean
fatherpie 11 18 12 England
25 Oct 2008 6:55PM
All been said above. Glad I stumbled upon this one.
Regards
Dave

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