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By PCarman
feel lights should have been a bit further apart and maybe some lower down but at time it seemed to much. being 6 foot 2 i had to get low to avoid that tapper effect but and the most important thing is my model really liked this one on account it was flattering yay !!!
there was a reason i chose bandw
ill get a better floor cover soon but wall looks great as a while back there was a 50s tile fire place where shes standing giveing me that much needed 2foot and gas out let has gone which makes floor more comfy to sit down on( just thought id say )

Tags: Glamour General Lighting Black and white Portraits and people Black lace Over the knee socks

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Actually, to me, from the expression on her face, it looks like she may have eaten too much, and.......


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dudler Plus
14 690 1321 England
10 Jan 2014 6:32AM
You've got a lovely even light on this shot - no need to have lights further apart, unless you want something more dramatic. Lights close beside the camera give a very flattering light.

You have, actually, got that tapering perspective on the model's legs - to avoid it completely, you need to be down around her waist level. However, the overall effect is pretty nice, here.

Confusion between Peter and Peter - tog Peter didn't actually say what the model is hungry FOR. Just a thought...

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