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Old Sep 10, 2005, 2:16 PM   #1
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Today I visited the Dutch Heaven meet and greet day.
I was asked to make a few pictures for a new model so this was not my own setup, so sorry for the wrinkles on the canvas.
Shot in 20 minutes per session.

Just to share, not to be critized for technique (too fast, and not my equitpment).

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Old Sep 10, 2005, 2:55 PM   #2
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Yes, I do not like to much that blue-white background but the model is looking georgus, I do not have any doubt at all.

I would suggest that you use her in your studio to make some realy stuning shots.

wait for your confirmation and photos to see them






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Old Sep 10, 2005, 2:57 PM   #3
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I have invited her for the future, so I think that will hapen.
I was in doubt to maybe buy canvas but I now know I won't do that .
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I'm just wondering how her pupils are that dialated under the studio lights... :roll:
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Can you make her smile i wander how she looks then....

Maybe if you can pair her with some blond girl or that blond male that youshow last time on forum......


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As stated before it was not my equiptment so the pupils were out of my reach, I had to work with strobes I did not know and the model lights were not as I use.

Smiling she was gorgeus.


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hummm nice girl
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Great stuff Frank...especially while not using your own equipment!

One reason for enlarged pupils while using strobes, is the lack of a modeling light (it would tend to cause the pupils to close if it was bright enough). Being the hack I am, I almost always use a modeling light...even if it's a clamped on halogen lamp, reflecting in the main umbrella.
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My own strobes have very powerful modellights, these had very tiny ones .
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