Light, Shadows, and Mirrors

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  1. Efergoh

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    Shot these this afternoon....

    The first one is B&W film, shot with a Mamiya RB67.
    The rest were shot with a Sony Alpha100. The second shot is not a B&W conversion, but rather a desaturated shot (desaturated and saved twice).

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    should've put lotion on that tat.
     
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    Those are neat. That tattoo is very cool! Rock on! :lol:
     
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    I like #1. I like her look in the mirror in. Its a nice photo and the look on her face is priceless! Good job!
     
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    Love the lighting in the last one :)
     
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    Thanks...believe it or not....that was intentional. :D

    I'm having fits over that camera (Sony Alpha100). It isn't mine, it was borrowed...and I want it.
     
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    Well done, Sarge.

    It's refreshing to see a nude study done with a real woman, as opposed to the customary Barbie Doll.

    Kudos to you both.
     
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    I'm just glad the lighting in the 4th one hid my gut that never recovered from two children. :D
     
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    Great expression in the first one. The last one is just a little bit dark and patchy for me, the lighting in the other ones is nicer because the light bits dont look so isolated. Cool shots all of them.

    tim
     

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