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Mar 8, 2006, 11:29:06 AM
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I want to go home by BillH-Photo I want to go home by BillH-Photo
Some people look totally different without their glasses, this was a color digital shot converted to black and white with some dodging and burning. The light is natural window light, the best source of light when you cant afford a studio strobe.
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Mike-Obre Dec 4, 2007   Traditional Artist
whoa -- !! is that Lauren?!?

i was surfing through -- looking for 'natural light' pictures -- !

wow -- small world :)

and very good shot!
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:iconmike-obre:
Mike-Obre Dec 4, 2007   Traditional Artist
whoa -- !! is that Lauren?!?

i was surfing through -- looking for 'natural light' pictures -- !

wow -- small world :)

and very good shot!
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BillH-Photo Dec 4, 2007   Photographer
Damn, and you must be Jeni's boyfriend! LoL Yep, it is Lauren!
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blightedangel May 8, 2006  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
She tells a wonderful story, the whites of her eyes are *so* white, and the darkness under them only emphasizes them. Looks like she's bruised, but not unhappy. I don't think I care for the backdrop, it doesn't contribute to the character or her mystery. Otherwise, the subject herself is wonderful.
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BillH-Photo May 8, 2006   Photographer
thank you, I dont care much for the back drop either, wish my lense would drop down to 2.8 or 1.4 to get it out of focus.
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blightedangel May 8, 2006  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
If it were blurry, it may indeed help turn the focus on the model. If you have photoshop, you can try blurring it a little, no?
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BillH-Photo May 8, 2006   Photographer
yes, I could use a mask over lauren then just use a gausian blur on the backdrop, good idea.
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