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By Iain_C
3 more pics from Sundays shoot with debbie Smile

Please try and ignore the logo i uploaded the version with the logo by mistake but as it's the main pic of the three i can't change it.

Versions 4, 5 & 6 are the same as 1, 2 & 3 but acting on the fedback from Miked70 i have tried to even out the lighting on the top third of Debbies Body.

Thanks for looking

Tags: Portraits and people Flash and lighting Nude and glamour

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jjwithamlao 11 5 1 England
20 May 2009 10:59AM
She's getting the right idea, best way to tone down the pink is to take them offWink

It is well lit, look forward to many more. BTW I like V2's pose best, more natural.

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Iain_C 9 2 3 Scotland
20 May 2009 11:02AM
Thanks J yes taking them off works .... but thats for my eyes only Wink
jjwithamlao 11 5 1 England
20 May 2009 11:09AM
Shame Iain! Looks like you had fun, I like 3 too now you've added it.
Iain_C 9 2 3 Scotland
20 May 2009 11:15AM
Thanks J Smile
Yeah we had fun Debbie loves the results of the shoot Grin
2 & 3 are the ones i was concerned about yesterday i think i managed to fix the exposure in photoshop but it was a bit dark right out of the camera
alfieB 11 1 United Kingdom
20 May 2009 2:08PM
V3 for me. Great shot, beautiful model. You lucky man!!!!!!

Best wishes
Iain_C 9 2 3 Scotland
20 May 2009 2:12PM
Thanks Alfie Grin
miked70 9 225 3 South Africa
20 May 2009 2:55PM
all 3 are great but the lighting on the face is to low on v2 you can see the light was aimed down and you have b/g shadow the bottom half of her is much whiter than the top try to balance the light if you can still great work and good looking model lucky man.
Iain_C 9 2 3 Scotland
20 May 2009 2:58PM
Thanks for the advice Mike it's only my third time in the studio so i still have a lot to learn, i'm greatful for the advice Smile
great shotSmile
Iain_C 9 2 3 Scotland
20 May 2009 3:50PM
Thank you SAGASmile
Mounters 11 85 2 England
20 May 2009 3:57PM
V 5 and 6 work for me, Debbie is really relaxed and posing well.
Great shots well taken
Iain_C 9 2 3 Scotland
20 May 2009 3:59PM
Thanks John,

Do you thinks she looks a bit tense in 1,4?
G3 15 13 2 United States
20 May 2009 6:26PM
Don`t ever let her lose that smile--so many here look like brain dead zombies
20 May 2009 6:35PM
Great shots.
andy210966 10 4 119 Wales
20 May 2009 6:57PM
That's a really nice set Iain - well done! Good input from Miked70

Iain_C 9 2 3 Scotland
20 May 2009 7:15PM
Thanks Gerry, Steve and Andy Smile

Gerry i totaly agree i asked Debbie to keep giving me her little closed mouthed smile that i find so adoreable, i'm not a fan of the deadpan look either.
miked70 9 225 3 South Africa
21 May 2009 8:18AM
ok me again,what lighting setup are you using the std 45deg, or single light.and distance from model
as my daughter is a makeup artist i now pick up on skintone,she works for MAC they have a bronze cream that they use for getting the skintone bit more balanced as with v4 5 6 good pose.
6 and 4 have the best skintone 5 looks like the lightsource is aimed at her lower leg.
pm if you need more help or i can post here
harrattp 11 11 4 England
23 May 2009 5:32PM
A fantastic set of images. A lovely looking model well lit and great posing.

Iain_C 9 2 3 Scotland
24 May 2009 9:47PM
Thank you Paul Smile
GeorgeMSmith 9 4 6 United States
31 May 2009 2:40AM
I like V3 the best. All are very good though.

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