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Old May 17, 2004, 3:21 PM   #11
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... And here is the second image:


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Old May 19, 2004, 9:40 AM   #12
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very good pics. like them all. she's beautiful.
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Old May 21, 2004, 8:05 PM   #13
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they all look great she is a very beutiful woman.



althou, in the last one, I really wished you hadn't cut out her chin.
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Old May 22, 2004, 1:01 AM   #14
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Very nice ones.
One tip try to light the background a little bit, the model will come loose from it and that gives a much more feel of depth.

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Old May 22, 2004, 9:48 PM   #15
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Tauseef,

The second photo even with the chin m,ssing still carries quite a bit of impact. Her smile says it all. You might to try it without the white lace to see how that looks.
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Thank you very much Macleod for your comments. I appreciate a lot. Well.. here is one with almost the same angle, but with her chin showing. What do you think of it now??


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Old May 23, 2004, 1:30 AM   #17
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Doorhof, thank you very much for your tip, I will definitely try it out, and I am sure I will have interesting result.

Selvin, here is the one without lace. I removed the lace in photoshop. What do you think now??

Once again, thank you all for your remarks and comments. By the way I used Canon EOS 10D, with EF 75~300 lens, and studio stronbes, fired by a cheap chinese flash. Unfortunately I cannot use studio lights with my Canon 420EX, since it fires as pre-flash for better results, and the studio lights trigger with the pre-flash, while the actual photograph turns almost black.
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Old May 23, 2004, 7:00 PM   #18
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Well Tauseef,
It seems you too have the gift. Congrats.
The smoke fx is nice, even though I too, don't like to promote smoking in pics.

The 2nd one (with toe missing) seemed also to have 2 extra bits on either side of the bracelet.
Sort of half faded. What was that? Am I the only one who sees this?

The 3rd, much better.
Now, the 4th! Well, appreciation for you AND your model.
A very pretty young lass. WOW!

I can see why, in the following shots, you have cut off her chin.
That angle & the shiny part seems that she has a double chin.
Very slight, of course.
Maybe a diffuser reflector, instead of a shiny next time.
Of course, PS in post, can take care of.

The last one is cool too.
One minor thing that could be eliminated in PS,
that small black spot in her left eye, but otherwise - perfect.
Hope to see more soon, from both of you. :-D
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Thank you Pattison. Most of my photographs here are untouched in any software, except for resizing. That is the reason I didn't remove the black spot from her eye. Its probably her mascara.

Now the one where you see strange haze around her bracelet on her feet, that is additional light. I tried to give an edge to the jewelery so I dodged some light over there in Photoshop. I should have checked the light by temporarily increasing the brightness, which I didn't. Now, if you view that photograph with brightness of your monitor turned to maximum, you can see that strange light. And probably thats the reason why you saw it and most of the people didn't.

Well... here is another one of her's. This one is reduced in size, and used blur tool below her left eye. I have not modified the photograph beyond this.
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Old May 26, 2004, 7:49 AM   #20
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All the pics so far had been close-ups of the model. So I thought of posting something different. I must mention here... its the same photograph, but one on the right is with modifiedbackground. Please do give your comments.


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