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NSFW Final Shoot of 2018

Discussion in 'Studio Images Forum' started by Darren Fitzjohn, Jan 5, 2019.

  1. Darren Fitzjohn

    Darren Fitzjohn Active Member

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    So I finally got round to dusting off the cobwebbs (or some of them) in my new studio space for a final shoot of 2018. We tried a variety of styles and over all i'm pretty happy with some of the results. Thought I would share some of the images to see what folks think.

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  2. rebel06

    rebel06 Without a cause Moderator

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    Have added NSFW to your title Darren ... Wouldn't want to get any members in trouble for looking at posts that the boss may see.
    3rd and last is my pick of these, nicely done
    Paul
     
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    Darren Fitzjohn Active Member

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    Thanks Paul. Much appreciated.
     
  4. ed taylor

    ed taylor Super Ed Super Moderator

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    Yes. The last one is my vote too. Followed by the fourth.
     
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    balami Always on Premium Member

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    I like them. Nice variety of lighting and backgrounds.
     
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  6. tenchy

    tenchy Rain maker Administrator

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    2nd is my pick. I like that wall background you have there. Is that natural light?
    Love her look and the light and wall again in the last, not so much the arm as dominant, the other arm up I think would be good.
    I like a head and bare shoulders crop of the first too, but I do like bare shoulder portraits.
     
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  7. Darren Fitzjohn

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    Thanks for your comments. The wall is a lovely feature (one of the main attractions for me when I saw the space), although I could do with sealing it with something at some point.

    They were all all lit with Bowens flash heads:
    1st image - Single 80cm gridded softbox
    2nd image - 80cm gridded softbox and 40cm beauty dish on low power
    3rd image - Snoot from right and small amount of modelling fill from left
    4th image - 60cm softbox fired through hall window
    5th image - 60cm softbox fired through hall window
     
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  8. Ramble Vision

    Ramble Vision Mountain Climber Super Moderator

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    very nice set, great lighting and i like the attitude your model is portraying. number three is my fave overall for the pose and look. although personally id lift the shadows a touch.
     
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