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By Iain_C
The first of a few shots i will be uploading this week from my photoshoot with the lovely Jenny.

The photoshoot was located at Loch Lomond.

The sun was was high in the sky for the whole shoot so casting some strong shadows i didn't want to use fill flash and used a reflector instead.

As alway constructive comments welcome.

Thanks for looking.

This was my first attempt at a location shoot

Tags: General Portraits and people Nude and glamour

Voters: BERTRAM, kopo, R3za and 28 more

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BERTRAM 10 United Kingdom
31 May 2009 7:14AM
A stunning shot.

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kopo 10 20 1 United Kingdom
31 May 2009 7:23AM
Beautiful model, beautiful pose. Congratulations on your first location shoot. I'm looking forward to seeing more.
R3za 9 Iran, Islamic Republic Of
31 May 2009 7:48AM
Great Shot !

R3zA !
baclark 9 3.7k 24 United Kingdom
31 May 2009 8:55AM
Hope you didn't keep her in that position for long or she'll need an Osteopath appointment for her neck! Wink
Nice shot.
oneill 10 155 Ireland
31 May 2009 9:08AM
beautiful shot,,,
andy210966 10 4 119 Wales
31 May 2009 9:31AM
Hi Iain!

Really nice shot here - not the easiest to do considering the high sun position too. The reflector has done a good job you getting light to the, what must have been, really heavy shadows.

I have posted a mod for you - trying to take to task the very burnt out highlights on the leg and chest.

Darkened the whole image with a Black soft layer and selectively erased layer with a 30% opacity brush.
Flattened image and selected the Brush tool and Alt clicked on a skin colour close to the blow outs and applied a 15% Multiply brush and went over the areas then used the blur tool to blend!

Hope you like it!

Iain_C 9 2 3 Scotland
31 May 2009 10:50AM
Thank you for the kind comments everyone.

Jen's a trooper Barbara she got herself into all manners of uncomfortable positions without even being asked Grin

Thank you for the mod Andy i like it but i also like the blown out parts i feel it adds to the picture and shows just how nice a day it was ... we don't get many of them in Scotland lol
gary_carter 9 1 1 United Kingdom
31 May 2009 1:25PM
Great effort, i do like the modified version as well as this adds to the beauty of the model.

Iain_C 9 2 3 Scotland
31 May 2009 7:04PM
Andy the screen i viewed your mod on at work didn't do it justice it looks much better on my new laptop Smile

Thanks again Grin
silburkp 13 3 England
31 May 2009 9:01PM
An eye-catching composition.
dmhuynh72 10 44 3 United Kingdom
2 Jun 2009 9:37AM

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