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Aug 15, 2015 11:00 |  #1

So a model and mua asked if I want to try a shoot I havent before. Was quite a bit of fun.
Also, really tricky, small bathroom with walls on 3 sides of the bath. I used one shoot through brolly from the side, and fired one speedlight into the white ceiling to fill.

Taken with CANON 70D, 18-35mm F1.8 Sigma was awesome. Except the sheer weight of the camera and lens, holding it above the bath was quite tricky.

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Aug 15, 2015 14:38 |  #2

beautiful shots all the way around.




  
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Aug 15, 2015 15:26 |  #3

Well done. I really like this. Nice posing and lighting. The skin is too retouched and the eyes are too sharpened (or whatever technique used to make them "pop")

Man I wish that lens was made for full frame cameras.


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Aug 17, 2015 22:26 |  #4

The 18-35 is a truly special lens. Why Sigma didn't make a companion lens to this I will never understand... :(


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Aug 22, 2015 05:06 |  #5

Nice photos at all. Like #1 most.




  
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Sep 07, 2015 00:00 |  #6

Nice crops, I like that all you can see is her and the flowers versus many people who seem to always include the bathtub...




  
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Sep 09, 2015 05:18 |  #7

These photos are really beautiful! I really like the model's expression and the set-up. Thanks for sharing the photos and also the methods and gear info!


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Sep 29, 2015 03:00 |  #8

Really really gorgeous. Normally I don't care much for the bathtub-full-of-flowers thing but you really pulled it off here.



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Jun 17, 2016 02:34 |  #9

These are amazing the the colors compliment each other well




  
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Jun 18, 2016 09:29 |  #10

I tried to Like it again, but found that I had already Liked it back in 2015!
Nice bump for this gorgeous series.


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Jun 18, 2016 14:18 |  #11

samefly wrote in post #17670007 (external link)
Well done. I really like this. Nice posing and lighting. The skin is too retouched and the eyes are too sharpened (or whatever technique used to make them "pop")

Man I wish that lens was made for full frame cameras.

Well said. I agree - great shots but when I'm immediately drawn to the eyes because they've been over processed/whitened/wha​tever, it ruins a great photo. Tone down the PP on the eyes and you've got a winner ;)


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Jun 18, 2016 14:50 |  #12

I love these! creative and well done!


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Jun 19, 2016 10:33 |  #13

Beautiful images, with number 3 being my favorite - well done.


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Jun 21, 2016 02:06 |  #14

Nice job, it is good to have a creative team who are interested in experimenting. These shoots can be part of all portfolios.
Regarding the post processing I would try a kind of pastel style, that would fit the theme.


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Jun 29, 2016 18:33 |  #15

Such a beautiful symbiotic relationship between model and photographer! Superb work!:-D




  
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