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Old Apr 13, 2010, 12:28 PM   #1
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Default The Red Hat, a couple more and one just for fun

Another studio shoot. Working on lighting technique.

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Old Apr 13, 2010, 1:57 PM   #2
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Great shots!

Always wanted to try a proper shoot, but I couldn't pose someone for toffee, love the last one, the expression is brilliant.
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Good work Eddy, if you can call that work.
I like the humor in the last shot too.
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Thanks Tachikoma and GW. I had a lot of fun doing this last night.

She is just plain awesome to work with.
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This is definitely not my thing, but I really like these, more than some of your previous ones. I think you're getting a much better handle on this type of photography (at least to my untrained eyes).
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This is definitely not my thing, but I really like these, more than some of your previous ones. I think you're getting a much better handle on this type of photography (at least to my untrained eyes).
Thanks, this is a new area of Photography for me. Learning to use strobes in a studio setting is much more difficult than I had imagined.
I appreciate your comments.

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