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mohikan22 14 2.3k 2 United Kingdom
20 Jun 2009 5:27PM
a great POV. i love the angle, the model looks very relazed and the light is great. i would only of used a polariser or "filter" for the water reflections.,

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aco012000 12 35 1
20 Jun 2009 6:01PM
Very cleverly done, the hand gives it away though
cameracat 14 8.6k 61 Norfolk Island
20 Jun 2009 6:51PM
I'm not sure an angled presentation works with water and the horizon in the shot, Unless the water happens to be snow or a glacier that is....Wink
wasper 12 533 1 Ireland
20 Jun 2009 7:11PM
Did you use any lighting? or a reflector? And what is the Nikkar 1.8?
Mounters 11 85 2 England
20 Jun 2009 7:11PM
The angular perspective gives it a very dramatic feel. It would look so much better with blue sky and blue water, But hey it's Scotland at least the model has a blue tinge lol
Iain_C 9 2 3 Scotland
20 Jun 2009 10:12PM
Hi all thanks for the C&C's.

Wasper no extra lighting or reflector was used it was just a cloudy day producing lots of diffused light.
The lens was a typo it's the Nikkor 50mm F1.8D AF one of the two i used on the day the other was the Nikkor 18-200mm F3.5-5.6 G ED-IF AF-S VR DX.

I agree John unfortunatley it was a very dull cold and at times rainy morningSad
Thank you for pointing out the dramatic feel thats what i was trying for Smile
dark_lord Plus
14 2.1k 537 England
20 Jun 2009 11:34PM
Very brave model to be sitting in a cold loch.
It's a strong angle, not one that looks 'a bit off' so it's fine. Agree it would look better in better weather conditions.
Just Jas Plus
16 26.2k 1 England
21 Jun 2009 12:01AM
I hope you had a tot of whiskey to warm her up afterwards!
andy210966 10 4 119 Wales
21 Jun 2009 12:37PM
This is a terrific shot Iain! It works well in both colour and mono (though I prefer the colour version). A great dynamic angle and appealing pose too. Great work here mate!


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