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Portrait of two friends
Old 05-11-2006, 10:04 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Just sharing a portrait of my two best friends. Christian and Kelly. This image is a settle shot on a storyboard idea that didn't happen.

Trust is hard to come by these days and to these two wonderful people, I am glad they are a big part of my life, my business and friendship. For that! The image works for me.



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Old 05-11-2006, 10:13 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Nice eyes!

The 85mm again? I have got to start using mine more. I've become addicted to the 180mm prime. I guess that's not such a bad thing now, is it?

You continue to inspire me to get better JT.

Thanks a bunch!
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Re: Portrait of two friends
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I like it. Thanks for sharing.

"a settle shot" - I'm not familiar with that term - does it mean a shot made as a test?
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Re: Portrait of two friends
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"a settle shot" - I'm not familiar with that term - does it mean a shot made as a test?
Usually when you "settle" on something it was not your original plan.

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Excellent Image! I like it!

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DOH

Sorry - brain not working. Thanks.
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DOH

Sorry - brain not working. Thanks.
No reason to apoligize. With my JT'ism grammar, I tend to make brains not work properly.

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Beautiful image of a couple of lovely people. Just hoping you didn't let the bird fly out during that shoot ... hehehe

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is there a da vinci code-like meaning to the difference in skin tone/levels between the two of them?
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is there a da vinci code-like meaning to the difference in skin tone/levels between the two of them?

LOL.....No code. Just different in skin tone/make up? Lighting would have been the same.

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