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Old Jul 12, 2004, 10:04 PM   #11
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I think my favorite is the first one. She looks young and carefree and CUTE! Really nice work. What did you use that was so glossy? I like it!
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Old Jul 13, 2004, 2:41 PM   #12
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Hi,
I use plexiglass on the floor.
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Old Jul 13, 2004, 8:01 PM   #13
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Beautiful shots Frank. What do you use for lighting?
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Old Jul 14, 2004, 4:55 AM   #14
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Hi thanks.

I use 2x 400W flash 1x 250W flash and 1x kicklight (old metz Flash)

Further I use mostly 2 softboxes on the model, one barndoor on the back (sometimes filtered with color or a grid).
And also sometimes I use a snout on on flash (also with or without a grid).

It really all depends on the shot I want.

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Old Jul 14, 2004, 12:50 PM   #15
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Great shots, she's very pretty and the colours you chose for her to wear bring out her ncie dark eyes, eyebrows and hair. Great job, you're awesome.
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Old Jul 15, 2004, 5:26 PM   #16
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Frank, great photos! One question, I am currently finishing up work on my private studio and would like to know how you managed the reflective floor surface with the background? I was going to either paint the floor area in gloss white and use a 4X8 sheet of plexiglass, or a piece of melonite with white on one side, black on the other and rotate them as needed under the plexiglass. Any input would be helpful - your images serve as a fine example of what can be done. I hope to just come close. Thanks
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Old Jul 15, 2004, 7:38 PM   #17
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Hi,
It's very easy I use a bit of PS to take away the seam and further it's just good angle choosing.
It's really not that difficult you will see.

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