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Old Apr 6, 2012, 7:10 AM   #1
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Default My own Louvre...(Nudity Warning)

.... and my kind of "sculpture":


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Old Apr 6, 2012, 5:51 PM   #2
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G'day NHL

A very competent and delightful image
Love the quality of the lighting - both soft overall but bright where needed, and the model's pose shows her beauty very well > just hope it wasn't too uncomfortable

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Old Apr 10, 2012, 8:26 AM   #3
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Ozzie - Thank you for the comment, and here's Ryan lighting up close:


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Pretty good - no shadow.

The background appears typical like what one gets after using the clone tool or even brushing, particularly the second PIX (you can notice the irregularities/smudge). (Not an issue for me though, but just wondering.) If so, that should be cleaned up before use of PIX in, say, a professional magazine.

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Thanks

I'm glad you noticed; however, I think the smudges are more results from the dirty wall than clone/brushes.

Also I believe the 'halo' effect from the OnOne plug-in around the 2nd picture accentuated theses messy patches on the wall more as it lightens the color a bit around the model's hair...

I'll fix them on my next pass.
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Love the sculpture look, so much better than the girl on a chair look we see all too often.
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I really like the second pic.... and her expression... almost intrigued... like me...
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Calicajun and Simon

Thank you for commenting
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like them both nice composition clean shots
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