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The gift of a Rose

By Lou_Pink  
My first attempt at a semi organised photoshoot with myself and a good friend playing dress up. I find the subtle undertones to be beautiful as opposed to seedy, very new to all this so please feel free to comment, criticise, it will all help me develope.

Tags: Specialist and abstract Digitally manipulated Portraits and people

Voters: rocky41, Daisymaye, diphoto and 12 more

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Daisymaye Plus
8 23 10 Canada
7 Mar 2009 1:12AM
Very creative image...Good job....Sandy

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diphoto 9 10 England
7 Mar 2009 7:51AM
Pity about the door frame, otherwise a lovely thought out image, well done and welcome to epz.

Rees 8 14 Wales
7 Mar 2009 9:26AM
The pose is good, very creative however, as previously commented on the door frame detracts and you need to think about your lighting levels, the top models definition is almost being lost around the arms and head, with too much shadowing occurring, there needs to be more deflection of light around the central pose, but its a good attempt.
Lou_Pink 7 4 6 Northern Ireland
8 Mar 2009 12:58AM
Hey thank you all for commenting, I didn't expect my first pic to get noticed, so thankyou. Your right about the door frame, hmm may have to make that disappear, I also appreciate your comments about the lighting Rees, it was my first time using any form of studio lighting so any help or guidance is greatly appreciated
GreyMoonRising 8 1.5k 1
15 Mar 2009 9:45AM
They are going to ruin that sofa you know...nicely done.

Lou_Pink 7 4 6 Northern Ireland
15 Mar 2009 5:31PM

Quote:They are going to ruin that sofa you know...nicely done.


If you had seen us trying to avaoid putting our heels down, you'd have laughed, at least mine were chunky!

GreyMoonRising 8 1.5k 1
18 Mar 2009 12:57PM
oo err missus, etc.
28 Mar 2009 11:44PM
hi lou
i love this one i like B&w phtot's with a bit of colour in them
as for the door frame and lighting levels there mistakes i would probably make as well as i would have not noticed them if it was not for others saying
keep them coming abby x
18 Nov 2010 12:58AM
great artitistic shot


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