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By wolf666  
Had to put this shot up of the lovely Kim from a long session we did a couple of weeks ago. She is great and I think this shot is so full of life. Taken using twin Elinchrom heads with umbrella and large softbox. Camera was 20D at 1/200 F16

Tags: Specialist and abstract Portraits and people

Voters: Peter_Farrell, Ricardos, Hanners and 12 more

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12 875 10 Ireland
4 Jun 2006 8:57AM
Love thiis, so fullof life and colour. Cracker.


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it is vibrant and looks fun, good shot
Toppix 13 56 1 England
4 Jun 2006 12:55PM
Has no-one told her there is a knife amnesty and this should have been handed in weeks ago. A good fun image with great character.
xanda 14 244 2 United Kingdom
4 Jun 2006 11:13PM
Everything about this is excellent: the colours, composition, the head gear, the expression. Love it. Clix.

deviant 14 3.1k 1 United Kingdom
12 Jun 2006 4:07AM
I like this shot and the fact it's so vibrant. The clarity is excellent also. I have two minor niggles however. One is the dark left eye feels like it needs a bit of light throwing at it? Secondly it feels a tiny bit static? Thats not a fault really I just wondered immediately how it'd be with motion or the implication of motion. It may have aded some dynamism to it?

A more under a microscope view than I'd normally give but hey you're good so I have to resort to a nit pick ;o) Hope it's a usefull observation anyway.
wolf666 12 497 England
12 Jun 2006 4:21AM
Thanks everyone for the comments they are always welcome good or critical. I agree about the eye just deed to refine the lighting slightly I have another shoot with this young lady coming up so I hope to get some spot-on shots. As for the motion I prefer the frozen look in shots even action but thats a personal thing so I can see your point.
deviant 14 3.1k 1 United Kingdom
12 Jun 2006 4:33AM
I know what yo're saying about motion, what I meant though was she is stood pretending to look like she's moving, maybe if you can get her to move and freeze it or alter the pose so it looks more fluid? Then it'd seem more real, vivid? Two Elinchoms you can freeze the action no probs :o)
wolf666 12 497 England
12 Jun 2006 5:24AM
I'll give it a try when we do the next shoot_Thanks.
Mixpix 14 1.1k England
14 Jun 2006 8:45AM
Another good one, I'm not sure I'd mess with her.


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