Head Shots 21/6

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  1. Bobman

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    Nikon FM2, 105mm, Reala 100, F8/125... Scan @ 72dpi

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    Got a couple of blown out areas on the first one (forehead, cheeks, etc.). Both are great poses. Not sure which I like better!
     
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    Both are great poses, the first is quite suductive. Other than the slightly blown areas there are excellent compositions.
     
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    Both are realy great photos. I like the second one better...the expression on the first almost has a hint of anger or boredom...
     
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    i dont see blown out areas on my monitor...
    they looks awesome.
    the swishy-shishy jacket was a good choice for the first one, it's kind of haptic and you can easily imagine what it sounds like sliding over bare skin. sexy!
     
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    Yea, Bobman! You've come a long way!

    There are no blown out areas on my monitor either. I like the triangular highlight on the near cheek in #1 and I like the light ratio.

    I wonder if #2 could have been improved had the light ratio been larger so that the wrinkles on the neck would have been more obscured in shadow.

    Bobman, you can obtain a maniquin bust and a wig for use when practicing your head-and-bust lighting technique. Models are usually too dynamic and wrestless to practice on.
     

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