Night shot. Two models

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  1. NoelNTexas

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    added some more
    Some of these do have the "plastic" look. That was done on purpose.

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    I like it a lot... what kind of lighting were you using?
     
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    I like the lighting, but don't like the processing for the skin, it's too plasticy.
     
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    580 and 40" translucent umbrella. The orangle light was a lamp on in the alley, I just borrowed it
     
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    I like the poses of 1-5,8 as they portay an emotion that tells a story leading up to that point. The poses of 6,7,9,10 seem unnatural and strained. Most of the skin is very plastic like. The lighting is great and gives the back alley feel.
     
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    I really like the pictures and the plastic look is cool! how'd yah do it?
    xoxooxoxox
     
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    In my opinion, #4 is the stronger image of the lot. However, it's a bit grainy, and the "thingies" showing on the top right side distract me a bit.

    Nice series overall, and I agree about the interesting lighting.
     

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