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Poster: Daschund Woof  (see this users gallery)
Views: 7874
Date: July 23, 2003
Description: Just playing a bit in photoshop. This was from a test shoot I did with Beatrice, she's a great model!


danderby
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Registered: September 2003
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October 17, 2003 6:28pm

Green dosen't do anything but the subtle "glow" application is very nice...particularly since the model seems to have a fairly agressive relationship with the camera!
Daschund Woof


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February 10, 2004 2:01pm

Thanks for your comments danderby, I really appreciate it!

Daschund
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June 8, 2004 10:32pm

I agree the green is a little distracting. Her skin looks very "tight". I also find the bright line under the left chin and lower cheek distracting. She is a pretty lady and her expression caught my eye.
teknet


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Registered: March 2004
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August 2, 2004 11:01am

Different,

Hi Daschund

Hair – looks like it was pulled through a hedge backwards..

Re Light, Her nose looks like its a little pressed a against glass, and its shinny on the both sides,

Staying with the nose,

Her left half looks (to my eye) smoother than her right.

I like the way her fore arm is vertical by he head leaning way to much.

Amazing eyes, I wish I could see more of them but I feel they are lost in the green….

A most pretty lady,


Iusefilm


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Registered: April 2004
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November 3, 2004 1:01pm

Hi Duschund,
Generally a photograph should not need further werbal "explanation", but I have a question for you.
Having experimented with colored filters on a reather poor slide stock ohh some thirthy odd yeras ago, I singularly liked the idea of showing the world in a different light. As you may know, that was before the high tech visual effects of sci-fi? lore. Before different color "codes" had entered the popular culture. So, beyon being different, what is your atraction to "ugly" colored skin, that is decidedly generate the feeling of unpleasant emotions?
Certainly one could find very little in a way of nit-picking with your lighting or any of the other camera craft you demonstrate and share with us.
Tony
sstone


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Registered: December 2004
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March 24, 2006 3:50pm

Daschund ...like the shot...would be interesting in B/W.

Steve