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Old 06-08-2013, 06:39 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Old 06-11-2013, 10:39 AM   #2 (permalink)
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My only nit with this is the elbow on her right arm looks to be locked. I bit of a bend might show her figure a little more (or with that top, it might not.) Either way, pretty lady and nice shot.
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Yeah, the arm's a little too straight. But I love the crispness and texture you capture. Beautiful, sharp detail. What's your "go-to" lens?
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Yeah, the arm's a little too straight. But I love the crispness and texture you capture. Beautiful, sharp detail. What's your "go-to" lens?
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Keeping her balance on the fence might be why the arm is straight and I may have been more focused on light and camera details to get her to loosen up a little. The lens used was the Canon 28-135mm lens. I find it to be a good general purpose lens for many things.
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Beautiful model/image, great skin tones, great eyes. Nicely done. I continue to enjoy your posts, wherever I find them.
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Your balance of flash and ambient is just about perfect, maybe just a tad on the high side. I try to have the strobe not contribute more than 15-20% tops.
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