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Old 02-23-2007, 12:36 PM   #1 (permalink)
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At last night's model shoot the other photographers were experienced, so I decided to play with the light a bit. These are a little out of my normal style, but thatis what workshops are for.


Here are some shots of Roxanne
R1


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I would like to talk about #'s 2 and 5. I think both shots have great potential but I think they share the same problems.

#2 If you could have gotten a little more light on the shadow side I think it would be great

#5 I think just a bit more light on her face would be great.

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These are outside your normal range - at least of what I recall you posting. I particularly like #2 and #4, which I can see as part of a "Newton-esque" series. Is it meant as part of a series?
Good work - keep at it.
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Is it meant as part of a series?

No these are not part of a series..at least not yet.


These images were just a play session.... a chance to see what I can do with simple light set-ups. The first images was two lights, the rest were just single lights.

Thanks for your comments.

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