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By studioline
This was shot using a large soft box powered by a Gemini Esprit 250. I love the way the model wears the corset in this image with the hips and waist nicely accentuated.

Take a moment to look at the last 3 images I have posted if you like this one. The corset was supplied by Yasmin Basil K from Feverish Imaginings and is worn by Lucinda Shale.

All comments welcome.

Tags: Portraits and people Fashion corset newspaper Feverish Imagninings

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djh698 Plus
12 3.3k 6 United Kingdom
14 Nov 2012 12:45PM
great use of light
David

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Richsr Plus
8 90 219 England
14 Nov 2012 1:25PM
Like the expression and pose, good locationa and lighting
Regards Richard
14 Nov 2012 1:26PM
Thanks guys. It's the subtle change of angulation in the body that makes it work for me.
14 Nov 2012 2:46PM
Beautiful model and very good lighting, good capture but... I find mistake in details: in the corner, below, right; and you cutted your model fingers Sad
14 Nov 2012 4:24PM
Another fine, well-lit and posed image. A very interesting series.
Oh, and the late Les Dawson used to joke: "Times were very hard when I was young. So hard that, on occasion, my mother would be forced to make us nourishing soup from the bones of her corset."
14 Nov 2012 6:09PM
Interesting point Gaborfoto and well raised. I did cut the fingers off as I felt that just that enlarging the canvas size to include the fingers and a little dress below detracted from the main reason for the image which was to highlight the corset. The imagination should allow the end user to produce fingers in their mind to compensate and hence for the vast majority of people, the fingers are there. It is just us photographers that note it.
What do other photographers think? I am interested to know.
Thanks again gaborfoto for the input. I love your portfolio by the way. Very nice.
16 Nov 2012 10:34PM
Cheers Pete.

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