A Little Fun with the Hair Fan

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From a recent photo shoot with Martha, a lovely and confident martial arts expert here in Denton, and her boyfriend Daniel ... she was kind enough to come by for a TFP shoot the other weekend.

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Awesome. I love the first one.

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#1 is wonderful.

With #2, I find myself looking at her throat first every time...
 

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I really like #1 and #3, but the whole set is really nice! :)
 

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I sure do enjoy the black and white looks that you've been showing us the past few months. A lot of folks offer up B&W conversions that look a bit too muddy, too gray, too dim for high impact.
 
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I sure do enjoy the black and white looks that you've been showing us the past few months. A lot of folks offer up B&W conversions that look a bit too muddy, too gray, too dim for high impact.
Thanks :)

I'm actually thinking I might try some SUBTLE HDR tone mapping and freq separation ... I've been going crazy trying to figure out how to get that shiny skin effect

A perfect example (this is so silly) is the poster form the new zoolander 2 movie ... The one with Ben stiller holding a "two" over his right eye ... That look. I know, it's nuts.
 

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