Bronzed Beauty

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  1. Digital Matt

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    This is from a shoot I did weeks ago. I had a free day today and wanted to process a few. Let me know what you think.

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    Wow lighting looks great good expression too!

    Oh and the model aint to bad either :lol::lovey:
     
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    Thanks Ab$solut.
     
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    A high qualiti pic indeed!
    Nice model, good image editing :thumbup:

    congratulation
     
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    Vielen Dank Sebastian. ;)
     
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    excellent as always matt :thumbup:
     
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    Thanks Arch :)
     
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    Great photo a pretty lady is indeed a work of art and you captured her so well. Lighting was just right for the portrait.
     
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    Thank you kameraman.
     
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    great shot, saw this one on DA, it stood out from the list of other deviations
     
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    Thank you Duncan :)
     
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    Matt –

    That beautifully processed skin tone against that rich background is an excellent use of color, I think. Really great decision. Good effort from both of you on capturing that expression. Her eyes connect with the lens, even with her head turned like that. Not so easy to do. Main light, hair light and background all look right on. (Did you bring in a teal seamless?)

    The bronze flesh tone works beautifully. I’m guessing this is not a straight processing job. Cyan and yelo are up, and red is down, but not so much as to let it go too green. (Do you consider the flesh processing to be the risky part of this?)

    Hmmm, sometimes photos make me hear music. Within 30 seconds of looking, this photo made me think of Ray Barretto’s version of Motherless Child (from Time Was-Time Is). Direct, classy, yet smooth.

    Thanks for sharing.

    Jazz
     

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