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Rosie

By Ingleman    
Straight shot, slightly enhanced with softening in PS Elements 3. I have tilted and cropped to improve the eye-line...this is about 25% of the original frame size...window light right and 'lastolite' 3ft reflector below and to the left of shot to pick up her beautiful blue eyes....what do you think?

Andy I

Tags: Portraits Faces Lighting People Nude and glamour

Voters: ColinT-B, meadowman, MediumSizeUnavailable and 14 more


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ColinT-B 14 38 3 England
6 May 2007 12:58AM
Like the pose, the crop and the lighting. Great portrait.
Colin

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6 May 2007 12:59AM
Lovely shot, you should be very happy with the result. Gary
6 May 2007 3:23AM
think this is extremely beautiful. the softnes goes very well here, yet it is pin sharp where it matters. Impressive portrait.
6 May 2007 3:24AM
this here is a beautiful portrait. so life like.
doug_7 14 482 England
6 May 2007 6:02AM
what do you think?


I think this is excellent.
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banehawi Plus
16 2.2k 4123 Canada
6 May 2007 6:20AM
Nicely done.

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td1556 14 13 United Kingdom
6 May 2007 6:25AM
I agree with belgikskenikske, you seem to have got the balance between softness and sharpness just right. A lovely portrait.
6 May 2007 11:50AM
Very well done, I do alot of studio portraits using two lights and never get a shot like this. Well done.
Ingleman 13 9 4
6 May 2007 1:55PM
Thanks for all the generous feedback..very much appreciated. This is the only serious portaiture session I have done since delving into digital. I aim to use available light wherever possible and will probably upload another one of Rosie when finished with editing.

Ta ever so!

Andy i

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