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By JackAllTog    
This is Claire from last weeks flash studio shoot, a red gelled speedlite, and another small softbox speedlite for front light.
A downloaded tree and moon background. various overlay and screen layers, etc.

This is Claire - http://www.madcowmodels.co.uk/River%20Tempest

All and any comments always appreciated.
Thanks
Stuart

Tags: Gothic Portraits and people

Voters: Lenka, Irishkate, RLF and 17 more


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Lenka 4 United Kingdom
11 Apr 2012 11:17PM
waooo superbSmile

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Irishkate Plus
5 33 91 United Kingdom
11 Apr 2012 11:22PM
This works so very well.Very striking model and great blending.
A really lovely portrait.
KateGrin
12 Apr 2012 12:28AM
Lovely image and model.
debu
nonur Plus
7 15 9 Turkey
12 Apr 2012 12:28AM
Good work, Stuart!
A Booth 13 11 4 United Kingdom
12 Apr 2012 11:07AM
thoughtful composition and good post production work. model well posed with good eye contact. My only niggle, very slight, is the brighter light on the left stand tends to distract slightly.
JackAllTog Plus
6 4.3k 58 United Kingdom
12 Apr 2012 11:15AM
Thank you Alan, yes - it was very bright and i toned it down a bit. i should do so more Smile

Thanks for all the votes and comments its very encouraging, this is a style I'd like to work more with.

Best Wishes
Stuart
carper123 Plus
4 742 8 United Kingdom
12 Apr 2012 7:47PM
Love it, terrific lighting and mood, and a bonus model.
well done.
Darryl.
Richsr Plus
8 90 219 England
13 Apr 2012 10:51AM
Like the comp and use of the various back ground overlays, but ( sorry that there is a but) as Alan points out the lighting on the stairs is not even, and for me it is too bright to go with the rest of the image you are trying to creat. Might be worth toning it down to see if it blends better.
Just a suggestion
regards Richard
Good Work, Stuart.Smile

Tim

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