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  • From red hair to silver this time - Hannah - another lovely Tasmanian

    Now this is a face to work with. Such strong features

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    Image 1 and 2 studio strobes
    Image 3 outdoors and shade with no additional light
    Image 4 fixed studio lights
    Notice the difference in eye colour with the different lighting.
    Last edited by aslan; 22-07-2013, 01:52 AM.
    Andrew

    (Grumpy old fart with some Nikon stuff)
    www.aslanimages.com.au https://www.facebook.com/AslanImagesPhotography

  • #2
    ya got ya BW wrong , look at the eyes in 3 and 4

    bit of a stunner alright. properly prefer #3 the most but all are good
    Cheers for now, IanB.
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    • #3
      Quality work Andrew.
      It's the little things!

      Cheers, Greg C.

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      • #4
        Thanks Guys. Always easy when you have a stunner to work with.
        Andrew

        (Grumpy old fart with some Nikon stuff)
        www.aslanimages.com.au https://www.facebook.com/AslanImagesPhotography

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        • #5
          Really great work. Great to see you mix it up with some softer lighting in these too. #1 is the pick for me, but #3 nearly equals it. Only critique would be that the white of her eyes in #2 (I think it's #2 anyway - the one where she's looking over her shoulder) are too white and it looks like the highlights have clipped and have lost the grey tones needed to give contour to the surface of the eyes. That's all I'm picking though, so great work! Strong images.
          -Tim.

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          • #6
            Thanks Tim. I can see what you mean. I've definitely overcooked the eyes in that one.
            Andrew

            (Grumpy old fart with some Nikon stuff)
            www.aslanimages.com.au https://www.facebook.com/AslanImagesPhotography

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            • #7
              Nice work as always, #3 for me
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              • #8
                Thanks mate
                Andrew

                (Grumpy old fart with some Nikon stuff)
                www.aslanimages.com.au https://www.facebook.com/AslanImagesPhotography

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                • #9
                  Mmm, gorgeous model. Love her colouring; silver, tanned and blue eyes.
                  Simple make up really highlights those baby-blues.
                  Think those beautiful naked shoulders and the solid red dress are also good.
                  Number two is my favourite, shows off that wonderful hair style and her eyes; also looks most natural. Of course not everyone is into natural.
                  Number 3 and 4 I have a slight issue with the turtle look, is she hunching her shoulders forward and seems to have lost her neck.
                  You seem to breed good looking girls and wonderful photographers in Tassie.
                  Last edited by Phoenix; 24-07-2013, 11:33 AM.
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                  Haven't been there, not done that.
                  Jo

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                  • #10
                    I decided to step in for a look. She's is indeed stunning, that first image, wow, great profile. Like the little side braid in her hair. That hair colour suits her and you can see the subtle brown bits on the side and in her hair. Not every young lady would be able to pull off that hair colour but she looks great and suits her.
                    Anna
                    https://www.flickr.com/photos/ladymilli/
                    My stuff - 7D |100mm macro|Tamron 17-50mm|50mm 1.8|Sigma 50mm 1.4| stuff for macro

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                    • #11
                      Thanks Jo and Anna. Hannah certainly has striking features and it was a pleasure to try and capture that for her.
                      Andrew

                      (Grumpy old fart with some Nikon stuff)
                      www.aslanimages.com.au https://www.facebook.com/AslanImagesPhotography

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