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rah's Portfolio.




17 May 2008 11:45AM
Hi Rachel, you have a really beautiful portfolio, full of lovely colour, tone and feeling.
Here is a link to another photographer who's work you might like: http://www.myspace.com/etchart

All the best,

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Milla Plus
9 7 2 United Kingdom
14 Mar 2008 3:30PM
Gorgeous, inspiring, delicious!
21 Feb 2008 1:07PM
WOW! love this pf! some really beautiful and striking images.
Guillaume Plus
11 119 2 United Kingdom
20 Feb 2008 6:41PM
Superb portfolio of portrait. Really like the style of your pictures.
19 Feb 2008 11:30AM
Hi rachel

just found your profile you gots some amazing images on your profile
great use of colour in the self portrait with the blue fans

keep them coming

Si Smile
17 Feb 2008 12:27PM
An interesting PF, I like all the different, original & unusual Portraits.

User_Removed 11 19 United Kingdom
14 Feb 2008 9:45PM
i like the latest additions to your portfolio...love the effect of red dress with green surroundings and all the effects you have put in....really nice...
TPPhoto Plus
11 33 United Kingdom
13 Feb 2008 10:36PM
Hi Rah, love the self portraits you have done, esp the ones with the blue fans.....stunning
alwolf Plus
10 341 3 England
3 Feb 2008 12:17PM
Great portfolio,enjoyed looking at your images.
all the best alan
26 Jan 2008 10:27AM
Hi Rah
Great original work.
Keep posting, your work is inspiring.
7 Dec 2007 9:10PM
love your PF, your 50s images are excellent.

rgds phil
5 Dec 2007 2:37PM
There is a lovely style to your portraiture work with great use of colour. Excellent work throughout. Which setting you you prefer on the 5D, i.e. neutral, faithful etc?
phred Plus
11 71
17 Nov 2007 12:05PM
I've been looking at your images and reading you comments ref the 50's look. To my mind a part of how you could improve the ambience would be to exaggerate your own posture. A as child of that era, I remember that most of the images were all (excuse me) boobs belly and bum. If you were to strike a more exaggerated posture and either stick the relevant bits out or suck them in, a-la Marylin M. Would that not help to get the look you are seeking? Perhaps have a look at Dita von Teese.

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