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Posted By: Warped, 11-18-2008, 04:19 PM

The 2nd and 3rd Galleries from my shoot with Jessamyn are now complete.

With the way Jessamyn works and poses I got a lot more "keepers" than I'm used to and generally worked at a faster rate, resulting in a lot more pics to get through and upload.

Ending up splitting up the 'Red' shots into:
1st Gallery is Dress and Dress+stockings
2nd Gallery is Dress and stockings + gloves and +gloves and corset
3rd Gallery (open soon) is with boots.

3rd gallery will be open soon, but here's some from the 2nd gallery.

Cheers,

Wayne.











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Model Jessamyne ModelMayhem.com - Jessamyne - Model - Perth, Sydney, Melbourne, Western Australia
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Shot at Image Style Studios (ISS) Canningvale, Western Australia Image Style Studio
Latex supplied by Flesh Rubber of Perth, Western Australia Flesh Rubber (website still under construction)

Equipment is Pentax K100D set to manual at between F5.6 and 8 at 1/125th of a second with custom WB and using the studio's strobes and modifiers.
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11-18-2008, 04:22 PM   #2
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Well done Wayne. He lighting works - with the model so fair skinned that must be hard to pull off. The chair shot is my favorite. Some pople should stay away from Latex - while you have shown the other side of the equation.
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I'm impressed Wayne... hard to fault them!

May I ask what lens you used? as they're pretty sharp too..
11-18-2008, 04:46 PM   #4
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Well Wayne, you've converted me mate. IMO the red works much better with her skin under this lighting.

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Thanks for the comments folks - I really enjoyed shooting these sets and am stoked with the way the shots turned out, especially since there's next to no processing other than crop/resize.

Lens was an old 28-80 Sigma Aspherical. It's the kit lens that came with my MZ50 10 or 11 years ago. I've bought nicer glass since getting the DSLR, but keep going back to the old Sigma as it just keeps on producing consistently good shots for me.
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Wayne,

I like them all, but #3 and #4 are off the charts good IMHO!

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QuoteOriginally posted by Warped Quote

Lens was an old 28-80 Sigma Aspherical. It's the kit lens that came with my MZ50 10 or 11 years ago. I've bought nicer glass since getting the DSLR, but keep going back to the old Sigma as it just keeps on producing consistently good shots for me.
Well what do you know? and yes it does seem to do the job ;-)
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A well done series

cheers

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Simply stunning.
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EYE CANDY!!

Great job with that lens and the lighting set up. I am with Daacon the one in the chair is the best. It just really flows!!! nice work
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Thanks folks.

A lot of the credit for this shoot really has to go to Jessamyn - she made my "job" so easy, I reckon most people would struggle to take a bad pic of her!

She travels a lot, including internationally, so keep an eye out for her if you want a great model to work with, really can't rave enough about her.

Cheers,

Wayne.
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Simply excellent again!
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QuoteOriginally posted by Warped Quote
Lens was an old 28-80 Sigma Aspherical. It's the kit lens that came with my MZ50 10 or 11 years ago. I've bought nicer glass since getting the DSLR, but keep going back to the old Sigma as it just keeps on producing consistently good shots for me.
That should curb some LBA.... it's helping me

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