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SKavanagh 8 312 5 England
10 Nov 2008 5:17PM
Beautiful shot
Steve

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kaybee 12 4.7k 25 Scotland
10 Nov 2008 5:21PM
Impressive.

I like the B/W one best I think
Dennis_Bromage 8 45 20 United Kingdom
10 Nov 2008 5:22PM
Great shot. The limited colour really works

Den
NEWMANP 8 1.6k 574 United Kingdom
10 Nov 2008 5:24PM
very very stylish, i think i would have liked more space on the right, but all it needs is a black boarder to give that,
lovely portrait
Phil
kitsch 10 439 4 United Kingdom
10 Nov 2008 5:30PM
thanks folks

hmm i did think about adding some space but it would've been on the left lol
this is just as i took it apart from a teeny crop off the bottom Smile
sketch 9 1.5k United Kingdom
10 Nov 2008 5:39PM
Another lovely shot hun

sarah x
10 Nov 2008 5:41PM
Excellent.

Warm regards, Iain.
digipix76 9 577 England
10 Nov 2008 6:06PM
V2 for me Jo Smile


Ian
kitsch 10 439 4 United Kingdom
10 Nov 2008 6:14PM
thanks all

yeah Ian... funnily enough i'm torn now between 1 & 2 myself lol
10 Nov 2008 6:30PM
for this one, it has to be V2 for me Jo'. But a lovely model to have posing for you indeed.

John Smile
SlowSong Plus
7 6.0k 29 England
10 Nov 2008 6:30PM
I love the hint of colour and the V3 mono. They all have a different atmosphere about them, and they're all beautifully done.
Chris
DaveGu 9 1 1 England
10 Nov 2008 6:40PM
Like all three, good shot and well processed.

Dave.
ajh 8 United Kingdom
10 Nov 2008 6:48PM
Exquisite portrait. Definiely V1, has a timeless mysterious atmosphere!
rangerpaul 9 19 7 England
10 Nov 2008 6:55PM
V1. Well worth the RC!
Paul
rossi 12 142 11 England
10 Nov 2008 7:03PM
Excellent portrait, and my favourite is no2

Ian
Scaramanga 8 47 6 United Kingdom
10 Nov 2008 7:14PM
I thought there is no way I'll like the other two versions better than the first. But I think I may slightly prefer V2. All exceptional though.
kitsch 10 439 4 United Kingdom
10 Nov 2008 7:23PM
Smile thanks everyone
backbeat Plus
10 134 1 United Kingdom
10 Nov 2008 7:47PM
i liked yesterdays shot, but this one is better if you dont mind me saying...you got the lighting just right here, not too bright on her skin, lovely skin tones, eye contact and pose, and again i prefer the de-saturated V1

i sort of agree with NEWMANP about having a bit more space on the right though, but thats just being picky as its a really lovely portrait that i bet she's dead pleased with

phil
Angi_Wallace 8 172 10 United Kingdom
10 Nov 2008 8:06PM
Its no 1 for me, a lovely image.
May I ask about post processing? There are a few people on here who have this wonderful ability in producing stunning portrait shots, that look extra special I would include you and Laura Ferreria plus others. I would love to learn more about the way you produce and process images like this one. Angi
10 Nov 2008 8:45PM
Love this one
kitsch 10 439 4 United Kingdom
10 Nov 2008 9:37PM
thanks for the comments/feedback folks..
and cheers Pete! made my night Smile

(ill Pm you Angi)
AlleyCatz 10 274 6 England
10 Nov 2008 10:16PM
V1 for me Jo.
Beautiful and excellent image.
Congrats on your HC Smile

~Alley~
kitsch 10 439 4 United Kingdom
10 Nov 2008 10:24PM
thanks Alley

and just spoken to Roxanne.. she likes them too Smile yay!
Tonyd3 11 1.0k 15 United Kingdom
10 Nov 2008 11:49PM
Excellent idea Jo, keep it up and well done on the h/c
Great to see a new model from you too, you should do more of this.
Regards
Tony
Buffalo_Tom Plus
9 2.3k 9 Wales
11 Nov 2008 7:50AM
V2 best for me.Three lovely compositions.
Tom.
sut68 12 2.0k 76 England
11 Nov 2008 8:39AM
V2 for me too, but all are crackers!!!
Milla 8 7 2 United Kingdom
11 Nov 2008 9:53AM
I'm with you on 'hint of colour' thingie, v.1 works the best for me too, they're all just great though. Congratulations on your HC, it's so worth it.
mattmatic 12 598
11 Nov 2008 11:05AM
v1 for me Wink
backbeat Plus
10 134 1 United Kingdom
11 Nov 2008 11:39AM
congrats on the HC jo...doesn't surprise me at all

phil
Consulo 11 836 10 Scotland
11 Nov 2008 12:26PM
Lovely - version 3 is my fav. Smile
kitsch 10 439 4 United Kingdom
11 Nov 2008 12:28PM
thanks all Smile
mhaseman 9 608 1
11 Nov 2008 8:37PM
Jo it's amazing to see how your work has progressed and changed just in the last year. In my opinion, your style is really coming out and your creativity is exploding. I'm looking forward to seeing more. Cheers, Martin
kitsch 10 439 4 United Kingdom
11 Nov 2008 9:48PM
thankyou martin :-0)
DannyLenihan 8 213 19 England
12 Nov 2008 4:29PM
Awesome. V3 for me.
beckas 12 5 1 United States
13 Nov 2008 3:49AM
This is so beautiful.
DaveU Plus
10 1.3k 123 England
13 Nov 2008 1:42PM
Must admit that I prefer your manips Jo, but there's a real quality running through all of these recent portraits. Definitely more than one string to your bow, and well done on the HC.
14 Nov 2008 6:21PM
Great lighting.

Carsten
fauxtography 10 6.6k 36
15 Nov 2008 2:14PM
Congrats on the HC!

This is something very special, it has a very 16/17th Century painting feel, a nice sense of Chiaroscuro such as Caravaggio or Rubens may have used, it is a simply wonderful portrait.

Now the bra... it doesn't marr the shot, but i do wonder what it would have looked like without it. Really nice work Jo.
kitsch 10 439 4 United Kingdom
15 Nov 2008 4:46PM
the bra...... yeah me too Wink

cheers!

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