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My try at nudeart
Posted By: devisor, 02-26-2009, 03:52 PM

my first time..

my own fav


version 2


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02-26-2009, 04:27 PM   #2
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Nice study of lighting!
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Eric, this a very well done image and thanks for posting it.

The differences between the two versions are very minimal and unless you print it large, in my opinion of no consequence. That said I prefer the first one.
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I like the images, the first version maybe most. Really nice lighting!

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Very Nice!

When I think of doing nudes my mind goes blank. It gets rushed with "not like that" images. These? Yes! Like these.

Thanks.
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good serie....

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Eric,

Wonderfully done. I am curious though, how did you get the light on the front of her leg if the lighting was coming from off camera right and above? Did you use reflectors or a low power fill from a secondary strobe?

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Great lighting.

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Great use of light and minimal colour
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Mmmm, very tasteful in deed. All very good
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QuoteOriginally posted by sawtooth235 Quote
Eric,

Wonderfully done. I am curious though, how did you get the light on the front of her leg if the lighting was coming from off camera right and above? Did you use reflectors or a low power fill from a secondary strobe?

Ray
yes

3 lights on the model.. and reflector.. anqd one for the background..

so 5lights.. (if you can say a reflector generate light).
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Very Nicely done, love the soft and extremely well controlled lighting Very classy.


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thx thx

added to PPG.. will be fun to se if they accept this .
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Great shots!

I like the first one a touch more also. I think it's because of the positioning of the legs (in line with each other).

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Well done. JIM
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