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Oct 20, 2006 05:32 |  #1

I was trying to get a dramatic low-key type of feel.

I got slightly less DOF than i wanted, but i like the overall effect...

Any C+C???


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Oct 20, 2006 11:08 |  #2

Both nice but #2 is wonderful. Really like the soft feel and the complimenting background.


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Oct 20, 2006 11:38 |  #3

he is a natural model. patient, and he has so many different emotions for the camera. if only my 2 legged models were as good.

Thx for the compliment


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Oct 21, 2006 15:36 |  #4

Remember to focus on eyes, work on DOF.


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