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Another from the shoot
I like so much sooting with only one light…..Great shots!!
It’s great isn’t it – bit addicted I have to say. Thanks.
I understand about the Huntsman – they scuttle!! I have a few who hang on the wall above my bed sometimes….they give me the shivers ;)
Great lighting – love her hair!
Man they can move can’t they – part of why they are so creepy! Thanks – her hair is gorgeous isn’t it. Wouldn’t like to have to look after it though.
fabulous work! what a beautiful model and great lighting:)
Thanks Liz – she certainly is and glad you like it.
Great work Geoff, the lighting’s fabulous, as is the contrast :-)
Thanks Matt – I love the whole “emerging from the shadows” thing you get with single source lighting.
Geoff, I think your work is getting to the point where it is almost as good as mine!!….LOL especially in the difficult discipline of lighting. If you need any tips let me know!I have made a new years resolution: make sure, sometime during 2010 to have coffee or (something stronger) with a certain Mr. Coleman. As for the images; I particularly like the second shot. The lighting works perfectly with the pose. The first shot sits a little awkwardly for me. Even without the spider story I would have remarked that Nadia (gorgeous) looked a little tense. I would really like to see the other shots particularly with the hair. You could change your permissions easily for me to see them.
Happy New Year to you my friend.
Oh wow -high praise indeed Mr Brindley – will most assuredly consult you on any tricky studio lighting issues!Yes coffee would be good as there is only a Harbour between us – let me know when you’re free.Thanks for the feedback on the pics. I have a simply brilliant nude of her I wanted to post (much better than the implied one here) but she is a team leader in a major corporation here and is understandably reluctant to have her work colleagues potentially see her in the buff so I had to settle for this one instead. Happy NY to you too.
Great work, love the lighting and the shadows. I prefer the second shot, a much better & more relaxed pose and the lighting looks better, but that’s just a personal opinion.
Thanks Paul – very much appreciate the feedback.
Stunning shots as always Geoff,the single source lighting seems to be working giving a real artistic look to the photos :)
Thanks Martin – yes single source is great for creating intensity which I like.
Beautiful piece Geoff… Just stunning
Thanks – glad you like it.
Merci beaucoup – and many thanks for the feature Remi!
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