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Jul 02, 2008 22:20 |  #1

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Jul 03, 2008 00:43 |  #2

Very, very nice!




  
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Jul 03, 2008 01:30 |  #3

I like the lighting and processing, but I find the gloved hands very distracting.


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Jul 03, 2008 01:35 |  #4

yeah i think the gloves are a little much too.. but im not too concerned about it as everything else is BEAUTIFUL!




  
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Jul 03, 2008 02:38 as a reply to  @ shannyD's post |  #5

I like the gloves, gives the impression of 'caught in the moment' also frames the face...Beautiful.


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Jul 03, 2008 03:53 |  #6

great shot randy although the gloves arent working for me, they are a little heavy. would work better if they were cloth or just something more dainty.


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Jul 03, 2008 09:05 as a reply to  @ cdmonkey's post |  #7

Randy,,did you use the Tamron 17-50 for this shot?? Its sharp as,,,


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Jul 03, 2008 09:34 |  #8

Ditch those heavy gloves for some light weight ones and this would be golden in my eyes.


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Jul 03, 2008 09:39 |  #9

i agree with the glove being too much, but the exposure is beautiful.


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Jul 03, 2008 09:40 |  #10

I am going to be different and say I like the gloves. There is just something about all that mix of textures. I love it.




  
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Jul 03, 2008 09:43 |  #11

Love the light!
Like the idea of the gloves, but I think you could have closed her hands off more so that the edge of her hands were pointing at the camera. Achieves the same framing without the hands being so prominent. I'm not sure about the expression, but it conveys "surprise" to me. If that was your goal... SUCCESS.


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Jul 03, 2008 09:51 as a reply to  @ JMHPhotography's post |  #12

The gloves are good.. Being dark they are a kind of barrier stopping the eye from straying away from her face..


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Jul 03, 2008 10:57 |  #13

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Hey yogestee, no my 30D died in the middle of the shoot. I got the dreaded ERR 99 code. I had to have my shutter assembly replaced. So I had to finish the shoot and make do with a 1D Mark III and 24-70mm f/2.8 L lens. :)

Thanks everyone for your comments. The gloves didn't bother me at all...until you folks mentioned it, LOL. :p

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Jul 03, 2008 11:20 |  #14

Well i think a lighter weight glove wouldn't have been good but I have to say when you have a picture that is THAT sharp you can see EVERYTHING! The hat is what was actually pretty distracting to me with all the lint and you can even see where the glue is holding on the detail... but maybe that is just me. Great picture though!!




  
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Jul 03, 2008 14:10 |  #15

Amazing shot I love the lighting! Would you mind sharing the set-up?


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