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The Sunkissed Geisha

By stuartsportraits  
Another of the shoot on sunday at colins (with a small c)

wanted a very direct gaze at the lens to show off those beautiful eyes of hers

Very little done to this apart form a few blemishes removed been told i can overwork sometimes (bad cubby)

once again thanks a lot for being a great and very patient model for me

make up is done by myself as well as the hair etc it is not digitally put on , wanted a geisha type look but a wee bit different and softer

comments and crit appreciated

Tags: General Close-up and macro Portraits and people Geisha make up

Voters: zed, john short, LynseyD and 11 more

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zed 12 551 United Kingdom
26 Feb 2008 10:08PM
Good portrait - is it talc on her face? I might have changed the yellow to a more bolder colour like red..Smile

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john short 12 25 United Kingdom
26 Feb 2008 10:09PM
The eyes as they say have it !!

I like the look and the make up
26 Feb 2008 10:31PM
thanks a lot zoe and john Smile zoe wanted a softer feel to it hence the sunkissed colours , i feel sometimes the geisha has been overworked and as usual i like to be different lol, its white make up (powder) on her face the sort that a lot of goths use

thanks for the comments and fav's Smile
robs 13 678 2 United Kingdom
26 Feb 2008 10:35PM
Top photograph - love the power of it, absolutely stunning portrait.
peely 9 13 England
26 Feb 2008 10:38PM
Nice shot, love the draw of the eyes.
colin 12 697 5 Scotland
26 Feb 2008 10:50PM
This looks great too. I wasn't too sold on the nicotine coloured lippy to start, but I can see the bigger picture, so will forgive you if I thought it made her look like Fag-Ash Lil Wink
I need to break out of my box Smile
colin (with a small 'c')
happysnappa 9 122 1 Scotland
27 Feb 2008 4:24PM
another cracker of a shot!


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