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Feb 12, 2012 22:07 |  #1

Edited one from each set from todays shoot... well almost every set :D

Started off with some head-shots to get her warmed up. Here is one of my favorites, have a few more from this set to edit.

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Lighting info: e640 hobd-w above, silver reflector under, 2 b800s blowing out the background


Next we switched over to the grey seamless.

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lighting info: 3x4 foot soft box camera left, b800 behind for hair light.

back to the seamless we moved onto full body shots. Really liked this set have a few more I need to edit but its getting late @.@

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Lighting Info: e640 up and 45 degrees camera left, in a small 47~inch octabox. 3ft x 4ft soft box under camera about 1 stop lower than main for fill. 1 b800 blowing out backdrop.


Now back to the grey seamless and down to the ground! 2 versions. (one for 52 week project and one for her)

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lighting info was a e640 in hobd-w boomed above face, and a b800 back right on the ground for rim.


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Feb 12, 2012 22:32 |  #2

Hey Bedo, i like the set, in n1 it looks like you lost a bit of contrast on the hair, and in n2 it looks like the hairlight didn't quite wrap around enough, but those are mostly nitpicks.

Is that ferrero? I love ferrero! I leave a few in the dressing area for clients to chew on :)


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Feb 12, 2012 22:39 |  #3

Thanks for the nitpicks! it helps for next time! I love any comments :D

Yes it is ferrero xD the are the best, I couldn't find the multi flavored packages I wanted to do another one with the coconut ones and edit her skin to be porcelain like :P


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Feb 13, 2012 06:51 |  #4

Very nice set of images.


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Feb 13, 2012 07:32 |  #5

amazing shots!


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Feb 13, 2012 19:05 |  #6

Great set.

Beautiful lighting. No2 is perfect lighting/composure.

Only thing I find distracting/odd is her bra disappears into the background and makes her breasts look bit strange almost pointed?? If that makes sense.

Excellent work.


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Feb 13, 2012 23:25 |  #7

Thanks!

Yeah i noticed that about the shirt also, she didn't want to look naked so asked me to leave it in ~.~ I liked the cleaner look better

Heres a few i just finished editing.

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Feb 14, 2012 01:52 |  #8

Oxford_Matt wrote in post #13892425 (external link)
Great set.

Beautiful lighting. No2 is perfect lighting/composure.

Only thing I find distracting/odd is her bra disappears into the background and makes her breasts look bit strange almost pointed?? If that makes sense.

Excellent work.

Tbh, with a calibrated monitor, it doesn't dissapear, its very obviously there while being discreet not to catch the eye.

If shes young, i can definitely see it as a good reason to have it there, and there isn't any negatives since its so discreet.


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Feb 14, 2012 06:50 |  #9

Csae wrote in post #13894270 (external link)
Tbh, with a calibrated monitor, it doesn't dissapear, its very obviously there while being discreet not to catch the eye.

If shes young, i can definitely see it as a good reason to have it there, and there isn't any negatives since its so discreet.

I have a IBS Calibrated monitor.

It does not disappear completely however enough to make you have to look quite close.


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Feb 14, 2012 13:50 |  #10

those are all terrific, my fav being the full length one with the grey dress. I would have preferred to see her arm bent slightly to continue with curve thing, but whatever. I love the movement in her hair, the angle of her head, the curve of her fingers, the bent leg, the shadow really adds something to that shot as well. very well done!


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Feb 14, 2012 18:55 |  #11

Csae wrote in post #13894270 (external link)
Tbh, with a calibrated monitor, it doesn't dissapear, its very obviously there while being discreet not to catch the eye.

If shes young, i can definitely see it as a good reason to have it there, and there isn't any negatives since its so discreet.

exactly why I left it in, she didn't want the nude look and is fairly young at 21.
On my calibrated monitor there is a difference but takes a second to notice.
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nice set.first one is my favorite
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suecassidy wrote in post #13897054 (external link)
those are all terrific, my fav being the full length one with the grey dress. I would have preferred to see her arm bent slightly to continue with curve thing, but whatever. I love the movement in her hair, the angle of her head, the curve of her fingers, the bent leg, the shadow really adds something to that shot as well. very well done!

That one is one of my Fav's also, totally agree with the arm.
I really love full body white seamless shots.
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Feb 14, 2012 19:53 |  #12

great lighting in all of them


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