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Chrism8 11 903 21 England
17 Jun 2008 12:01PM
Excellent portrait, good lighting control.


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17 Jun 2008 12:13PM
nice portret!
Richsr 11 91 223 England
17 Jun 2008 1:37PM
Nice portrait image - like the eye contact and tones in this - well captured.
Regards Richard.
Jeffro 11 18 United Kingdom
17 Jun 2008 2:14PM
Thanks for the comments - much appreciated!
stix 13 924 87 United Kingdom
17 Jun 2008 5:38PM
Hi Jeffro
Cant help feeling you missed a trick here with the trireflector.
Maybe its your processing but the shot lacks contrast, punch, and looks a bit under exposed. The great thing about a tri reflector is that it floods the face/ neck with lovely soft light. It makes women of (ahem) a certain age look great because it washes out the wrinkles. It can make young girls look glamorous. Your shot could have been taken with one soft box, so really the trirflector has been wasted. Maybe you did not have enough power going thru the flash-head, or maybe it was too far away from the trireflector, or maybe the model was too far away from the trireflector.
Have a look here
all 3 shots of Chloe were taken using a trireflector.
I Like the expression very relaxed and happy, and great eye contact, you obviously had a rapport with your model.
harrattp 11 11 4 England
17 Jun 2008 5:52PM
I don't know what a trireflector is but this image rocks for me. Super lighting and pose.
Jeffro 11 18 United Kingdom
17 Jun 2008 9:29PM
Hi Martin,

Thanks for the comments, I was using two soft boxes but I think they may have been underpowered. I haven't done any post processing at all, this shot is out of the camera!
oneill 10 155 Ireland
23 Jul 2008 11:29AM
beautiful portrait,,

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