Lady Lowell Returns

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  1. The Why Not Guy

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    I like it a lot but.... don't yah just hate buts.... the corner line is too close to her head. When I first started in photo school I did a street scene with a cop who had a tree there... My instructor god bless her showed that pic to the class and said I had a great shot of a cop planter. She meant of course, that the tree was growning out of the cops head.
     
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    Heck no I love buts (hold on, I'm having a Baby Got Back moment). Seriously, I want to improve and that means not being precious about my work.
     
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    i think the colours in the background complements the subject very well, gives the impression of that period of style.
     
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    I definitely agree on the colors in the background. I once, long ago, did a set of decorator shots with miniature bears and scenes. I had the most fun doing them. One to the tricks I learned while messin with them was to put a strobe overhead shooting through a piece of white cloth. Made the most remarkable light and it was easy since it was such a small area to work with. I saw the second set too and they are even better.
     

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