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One Smokin' Hot Shoot/Model
Posted By: codiac2600, 04-22-2008, 09:32 PM

I'm exhausted, sweaty and need to brush my teeth, but I got the pics done!

I got an invite to shoot with Judy again, which I did a Pinup shoot ages ago when I first began model photography last fall.

Here is a sample of our Smokin' Hot Series. You can check out the rest here: Photography 2.0 - Uconventional - Unrestriced - Unreal- powered by SmugMug

They will be slowly uploading all night so check back often to see new pics!


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04-23-2008, 05:20 PM   #31
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Chris these are your absolute best shots ever!

WOW.... what can I say.... she is stunning and your shots really capture her beauty.


Well done.... looking forward to seeing more of her.

D.
Thank you and I hope to shoot with her again. I've already begun the talks and now have to find a new and cooler location to shoot.

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Great shots. She has a totally awesome smile!
Thank you and if she hasn't been told yet she lives in the wrong city.

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Good work. I love the depth and richness of the colors- that dark saturation, "oil paint" effect.

John
Thank you very much and I've fallen in love with the high contrast deep shadow look I've been doing lately.

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Now Chris, What are you doing corrupting that pretty young thing with cigarettes and cigars. Don't you know how dangerous those are?

Seriously, very nice set. good lighting, and you have gotten very good with your posing skills. I hope you don't mind, but I may borrow some of those poses.
Who me

Thank you and you can borrow the poses, just make sure to bring them back when you are done

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You're just trying to hurt us now.... oh well back to my flower shots....
Lol, sorry Peter I'm going to back to models now...

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Thank you for allowing me to post that photo on that fishing forum Chris
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Really stunning work Chris, I enjoyed the series!
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Chris, any chance I could be your assistant - I'm an old geezer and harmless.

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Chris, thank you for this series it's marvelous. If it's all the same I'll take # three. LOL,

Take care,
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cariscuro.......probably spelt incorectly......i fell in love with contrasty dark stuff after having to go and analise old masters when i was in first year uni...........hm?? caravagio was his name.lol
rembant to.......
you can get youre subjects to leap out of the background
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extremely proffesional shots mate.. they look awesome, well done mate!!

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Thank you for allowing me to post that photo on that fishing forum Chris
You're welcome Stu!

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Really stunning work Chris, I enjoyed the series!
Thank you very much

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Chris, any chance I could be your assistant - I'm an old geezer and harmless.

Jer
Lol, welllllllllll.... I dunno, I have like 40 other people who are supposedly ahead of you . I'll add you to the list

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Chris, thank you for this series it's marvelous. If it's all the same I'll take # three. LOL,

Take care,
Thank you Heinrich and it's all good, it's yours.

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cariscuro.......probably spelt incorectly......i fell in love with contrasty dark stuff after having to go and analise old masters when i was in first year uni...........hm?? caravagio was his name.lol
rembant to.......
you can get youre subjects to leap out of the background
Hmm... never thought about it.... I'll look it up later.
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extremely proffesional shots mate.. they look awesome, well done mate!!
Thanks man, I'm glad you enjoy them. It's good to hear from DV
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Impressive range of models used

Great skin tones

cheers
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Chris, stunning shots. The skin tone and the smile are all really well captured. You loved to adopt the tilt angle for the protraits. Always a pleasure to view your shots
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Wow Chris, I have to agree with the general consensus that your skill jsut keeps getting better and better and these shots are the best I have seen so far. As i have said in previous posts I have no idea of your setup or how you do it but they look amazing.

Really beautiful model aswell but you need to tell her that if she wants to stay that way she'll have to give up smokin, or she will look like Boris Yeltsin in a few years time!
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Impressive range of models used

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Thank you

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Chris, stunning shots. The skin tone and the smile are all really well captured. You loved to adopt the tilt angle for the protraits. Always a pleasure to view your shots
Thanks James, and I have fallen in love with the tilt shots lately as they are a little more dramatic and fun. The good part is that they are a pleasure to shoot as well.

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Wow Chris, I have to agree with the general consensus that your skill jsut keeps getting better and better and these shots are the best I have seen so far. As i have said in previous posts I have no idea of your setup or how you do it but they look amazing.

Really beautiful model aswell but you need to tell her that if she wants to stay that way she'll have to give up smokin, or she will look like Boris Yeltsin in a few years time!
Thanks Thomas and I'm happy that everyone believes in me so. The lighting isn't too tough to reverse engineer in these, but it'll take some time I think unless you've been doing this for a while.

Lol, well I'll pass it on that she needs to stop smoking, but her escort even mentioned that she doesn't smoke and was surprised that she did. I suppose she was suffering fro her art??
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Chris, fantastic shots of a stunningly beautiful woman. Thank you for posting these !!
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Chris, fantastic shots of a stunningly beautiful woman. Thank you for posting these !!
Thank you and thanks for looking at them
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