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The Game

By culturedcanvas
A follow on from yesterday ... thought the blown highlights and high impact feel of this one might encourage a bit of discussion in the same way as yesterdays ... Smile

Tags: Fashion Portraits and people

Voters: Richsr, DaveU, imander and 19 more


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Richsr 12 91 223 England
28 Nov 2008 10:09AM
This works for me Dan blown high lights and all.
Regards Richard.

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DaveU 13 1.4k 125 England
28 Nov 2008 10:17AM
Thar' she blows. Lol but if you cloned out all those highlights you'd have nowt left.

Spot on for me as it is Dan. I just like the bright golden lightliness of this, plus your crop to include so much of the background. It does have that cinematic feel to it, and there's a hint of the Julia Roberts in your model too.
culturedcanvas 13 4.7k 59 United Kingdom
28 Nov 2008 10:20AM
Well she is an actress Dave .... though not quite as famous as Julia. It will be interesting to see how this type of shot is received ... once again its one I love Smile
hook 12 706 England
28 Nov 2008 12:07PM
love it lots. im a bit of a fan for pushing the boundries, (those that dont vote just because of the "blown highlights" have no creativity!!!) and thats me being polite!

stunning colours too! bet it would look great about A1 size.


Mk
PeteWilliamson 13 545 2 Isle of Man
28 Nov 2008 1:25PM
Nice.. I think having her tilt more towards the high ligths and catching some more eye and inside of the glasses would also look good... maybe... [edit.. nah.. looks great large.. my idea was ***** Smile]

The highlights are great.. they give a really nice effect to the edges of the structure.
ashley 15 167 1 United Kingdom
28 Nov 2008 3:07PM
The blown highlights work much better in this shot for me as they are consistent across the whole shot and not just focused in one small place.

with them being across the whole shot the model is still very much the main focus & the high lights make the whole picture more dynamic in all areas and not just in one place.

Well done spot on

Ash
POOCHIE Plus
13 21 6 United Kingdom
28 Nov 2008 3:21PM
Blown highlights arent a problem but the pose of the model doesnt have the same impact for me as yesterdays by a long chalk but when you have that lovely golden light you keep banging out the frames I know I would when you have a great model this light and a perfect backdrop your bound to get a percentage of gem's a few average and the odd duffer, this one falls into the average for me compared to yesterdays if I'm honest.

Pooch.
culturedcanvas 13 4.7k 59 United Kingdom
28 Nov 2008 8:12PM
Thanks for the opinons and comments ... as expected this has done poorly .. which is a shame ... I too felt the same as you Pooch about this shot but I slowly realised that I actually liked it more than yesterdays postings ....

Mainly because its the less obvious shot and because it definitely has that movie stills quality to it. Yesterdays is still one I love but this is probably the one that would end up on the wall .... part photography part art ... and as we all know arts subjective at the best of times Wink
redstag 13 100 15 United Kingdom
7 Feb 2009 11:38AM
this is all bout the light, warm and whistful. I like it very much.
Jon

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