shankarhokie wrote in post #14279950
You are so lucky to live among those Redwood forests.. I am going to visit those someday and hope to join your trek/hike team
(Just had a chance to give a tour to a writer from Washington D.C., about 2 weeks ago, and his photographer. They were prepping for a debut issue of a new European magazine to come out like this June. Next week, I'm meeting a friend from California, and another coming from Germany, for 2 one-day expeditions into the north parks: unexplored areas. But sure, if you even get out this way, I'd be interested to know if your trip coincides with one of my visits, which average every 6 to 8 weeks)
Hey, I almost emailed a couple of files of the set from which the shot below is in. An athletic high school senior who plays soccer. This was not a "Senior" photo shoot, but another TFP for practice.
Her skin is not tanned, but looks naturally like a dark tan. I asked, because it was February. She said it's her natural skin color.
The scalp where the hair parts > I think her hair is actually blonde. I saw some senior photos taken of her from near the Dalles, Oregon. Much lighter hair. Here, the darker hair makes the scalp stand out more at the part of the hair. Do you folks ever edit that area, and if so, any particular technique? The light area is all scalp, not natural hair color growing out. It's colored right to the skin.
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