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Lorraine in Color
Old 10-01-2006, 06:25 PM   #1 (permalink)
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More experimentation with colors. Comments welcome.

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Re: Lorraine in Color
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the blue's nice. so is the straw or amber or whatever's playing from behind her. but, imo, the red doesn't work. i think it would have been a striking image without the red. maybe that's just me. the model is gorgeous and she's emoting nicely which adds to the feel the blue gives the pic.
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Interesting effect. I agree with Mr. D that the red rather detracts from the image. However, it rather reminds me of being at a 70's style light show and I could easily see it as one of a series. (And, no, that's not meant sarcastically - I'm sincere.)

It's a very interesting idea/technique and, I think, well worth continued exploration.

Lovely model, too.

Thanks for sharing.
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