• Miron Abramovici
    Miron Abramoviciover 6 years ago

    Great image! And the barely visible smile is priceless!

  • Thank you Miron. This was my first professional model shoot, I was soo nervous, but she was really great to work with and knew exactly how to pose.

    – deahna

  • SnowDog
    SnowDogover 6 years ago

    I agree with Miron the smile is priceless great colours aswell!

  • Thank you Randy very much!

    – deahna

  • Robxavier
    Robxavierover 6 years ago

    Deahna that is a very exotic indian look very classy my favorite stone Turquios

  • Thank you so much Rob. Yes, I love the stone myself.

    – deahna

  • Alf Caruana
    Alf Caruanaover 6 years ago

    I love the colors you have chosen in this image and the the pose is awesome
    one thing if i may add is to try and keep any fingers from being cut out of the image.

  • Thank you for your comments and suggestions. Yeah, I know, that’s something I realized after the fact. I was concentrating on the jewelry so much, because it was for an ad, that I didn’t notice the fingers cut off.

    – deahna

  • Mundy Hackett
    Mundy Hackettover 6 years ago


  • Thank you again for your comments.

    – deahna

  • t1nyskert
    t1nyskertover 6 years ago

    wish i could get away with colours like that…really amazing capture

  • umm, why wouldn’t you? That’s not me by the way, in case you were wondering it’s a professional model, lol.

    – deahna

  • NICKY7
    NICKY7over 6 years ago

    I think this is you and your just being modest because it is so beautiful in photo image and model looks .

  • HAHAHAH, as I said, I WISH. No, her name is Carmen and she is a professional model, originally from Australia. I did a national ad campaign for a Jewelry designer that uses her all the time and this was from one of the photosessions.

    – deahna

  • JanG
    JanGabout 6 years ago

    Lucky advertisers to have you shooting their ads! The orange adobe is a perfect backdrop for the colors of her dress and the turquoise. Where did they run these ads?

  • Yeah, well, I guess they didn’t feel the same way, because I am no longer shooting their ads. But they did reassure me that it wasn’t due to my skill. These ran in Cowboys and Indians magazine from July 2007 through April 2008.

    – deahna

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