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Desire

By studioline
Final shot in the series and possiby my favourite as it prints our wonderfully well.
The pic was taken on the shore of the beach with lighiting provided by the sun.
I have increased the exposure and then increased the contrast to provide a base image. A diffuse glow was then added to create the ambinece in the shot.
The pic evokes luxury to me and I could see this look sitting well with a luxury car brand such as Jaguar.

Tags: General Portraits and people Flash and lighting Eyes diffuse glow vintaje look

Voters: johnnyboy114, Petr, wasper and 3 more


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johnnyboy114 8 231 106 United Kingdom
23 Apr 2010 10:07AM
Brilliant....it does look like it should be in an advert for some luxury goods....

I don't know whether or not its the compression, but it looks a little unsharp and slightly red tinged, but the light, the model, pose, crop, frame and everything else is really rather lovely....like this a lot!

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studioline 6 72 4 United Kingdom
23 Apr 2010 10:14AM
I noticed that too Johnny. I think somewhere along the line I need to work on my workflow. I save jpeg too many times.
johnnyboy114 8 231 106 United Kingdom
23 Apr 2010 10:21AM
Ah, that might explain things. I tend to only save once, right at the end....might mean I lose some images and have to start again, but that way I lose as little detail as possible and doesn't compress as much.....but thats me. I wouldn't recommend it! lol!
Richsr 9 91 223 England
23 Apr 2010 11:02AM
Agree re the red tinged in this one.
Regards Richard
studioline 6 72 4 United Kingdom
23 Apr 2010 2:19PM
wouldn't say that there was the huge tinge. I was hoping to recreate the look of yesteryear film processing so should be a slight but very slight amberish tinge.
studioline 6 72 4 United Kingdom
23 Apr 2010 9:04PM
Could other readers please give their comments on the colour issue. Good or bad it is all about the learning.
Cheers all.
Cheers Rich and Johnny.
Looking forward to seeing your new work Johnny.
johnnyboy114 8 231 106 United Kingdom
23 Apr 2010 10:16PM
Just checking this again on a calibrated monitor and for me, its still has a bit of a pinkish tinge to it. Its nothing bad so not sure whats happened in the translation. But its definitely there. But I can see what you were trying to do. Still like it Smile

Shooting in a forest tomorrow with a very pretty friend from work, so hopefully will be getting some good stuff out of that! Wish me luck! Smile

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