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kinfatric 11 550 9 Scotland
8 Sep 2008 5:19PM
very well done

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pmorgan 9 217 13 England
8 Sep 2008 5:20PM
Another superb piece of work!

Rgds
Paul
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10 875 10 Ireland
8 Sep 2008 5:27PM
I really do like this very much Smile
exposure 12 3.7k England
8 Sep 2008 5:49PM
A Brilliant Expression and attitude ,effect and tones and composition.
Pauline.
KevSB 12 1.5k 5 United Kingdom
8 Sep 2008 5:51PM
like last weeks picure of the week, superb
Guillaume 9 119 2 United Kingdom
8 Sep 2008 6:02PM
Nice result.
G.
Tomaz 8 4 United Kingdom
8 Sep 2008 6:05PM
Love the attitude - great image
rontear Plus
13 8 7 England
8 Sep 2008 6:06PM
Something is about to happen, expressive portrait Ronald. Ron.
zed 12 551 United Kingdom
8 Sep 2008 6:19PM
Love your work.
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hellsbells8868 8 151 2 Wales
8 Sep 2008 7:41PM
Fabulous expression.....
8 Sep 2008 8:02PM
wonderful once again Smile
JONTHELENS 9 34 United Kingdom
8 Sep 2008 8:43PM
super work.
Piks 8 6 2 United Kingdom
8 Sep 2008 9:55PM
cracking image all hangs together well strong image
Paree 11 616 3
8 Sep 2008 10:46PM
woow I really like this
such a sexy picture
brilliant work
pareen
MNPHOTO 8 1 United Kingdom
8 Sep 2008 10:52PM
excellent
sandyd 9 Scotland
8 Sep 2008 11:34PM
Love it

Sandy
Tonyd3 12 1.0k 15 United Kingdom
9 Sep 2008 7:12PM
Excellent manipulation great website too, had a look about 2 weeks ago.
Regards
Tony
MarkT 11 119 2 England
10 Sep 2008 9:28PM
Cool shot and congrats.

Mark.
shortski 10 3 1 England
3 Oct 2008 2:20AM
Stunning image...jojo
9 Oct 2008 9:48PM
Good work - stands out from a lot of the other images I've seen on ePhotozine.

Interested to know a little about you technique. The soft box method I understand, but am intrigued to discover your technique for texturing and colouring the background, and also whether you brought the background in after the shot.

I've got my own methods for this (and find a Wacom tablet really helps speed things along) but am always looking for ways to spend less time in Photoshop...


Cheers, Tim
Diana 9 2.0k 19 Netherlands
19 May 2009 3:44PM
love this

Dina

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