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Kathryn - blue lingerie 1 by wildplaces Kathryn - blue lingerie 1 by wildplaces
Stunning Kathryn

If the lighting's not up to scratch you should see the lousy space I'm working in and the dodgy lights I'm using! But that's no excuse. I'm trying to improve my studio work. Feedback and ideas much appreciated.
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Howietzer Featured By Owner Apr 19, 2007  Professional Digital Artist
widigo Featured By Owner Apr 14, 2007
It looks good. How oftine do you work with Kathrin. You have a lot of her.
wildplaces Featured By Owner Apr 14, 2007
Sometimes you really click with a model. I met Kathryn early this yearand we've done 5 shoots in about 3 months. We seem to bring good things out of each other. The same with Jesi. . . If you get a fantastic model who's on your wavelength, hang on to her!
8ball-Steve Featured By Owner Apr 10, 2007
another good, sultry shot.

nice use of shadow again... very sexy!

JoanaRa Featured By Owner Apr 10, 2007  Hobbyist General Artist
Great pose and pic... would like to see the feet though.

I'm really seeing improvement in your studio pics. You know why. The skin color looks like skin color. There isn't that yellowish tone on the image. The colors are really matching the real thing ( even if i don't see the real thing =p I can still imagine it ).
tishidelishi Featured By Owner Apr 9, 2007
The lighting seems to work better on this one (to me) the deep shadows along her back and her buttocks. Actually this shot and pose looks really good.

I think when one (the viewer) is swayed by a favourite model(s) beauty - not just the photo as an entirety, they cannot truly be as critical on the composition; particulary when you would like some advanced critque back on the photo.
wildplaces Featured By Owner Apr 9, 2007
That's a fair comment. When I'm working with a model I adore, like Kathyrn, she's always going to look wonderful in my eyes.
tishidelishi Featured By Owner Apr 10, 2007
Aaah yes - but you adore all your models. :D
wildplaces Featured By Owner Apr 10, 2007
Quite right.
Chaos-Bringer Featured By Owner Apr 8, 2007
Lighting is a tricky thing to pull off. It all depends on what you have available and what effects you are looking for. If you want to offset some of the darkness that is enveloping her, try having her stand on a piece of coloured foil. Gold foil reflects a softer, golden light that helps add more dimension to the model. With her skin tones, hair colour, and selection of outfit, I'd try an aqua (or green if she wants to call it that) foil card, maybe 24x36, which can be bought really inexpensively at most party stores. Maybe a red gel on the overhead spotlight to enhance her hair colour and you should be good.

Then again, working with her makes it hard to have a bad shot.
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