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The Flour Girl

Discussion in 'Studio Images Forum' started by stanm, Jan 24, 2018.

  1. stanm

    stanm Always on

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    Didnt quite know what she was letting herself in for but did enjoy it

    Stan

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  2. steve b

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    Like this one Stan.
     
  3. rebel06

    rebel06 Without a cause Moderator

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    Oh that's a cracker Stan ... I take it you used a coloured gradient on the flour parts.
    Is this the finished image or will you darken the ground.
    Paul
     
  4. tenchy

    tenchy Rain maker Administrator

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    action is captured spot on, and cool colours to the flour.
    I would have to do something with that floor though.
    I'd like to have a go at this but it would have to be on location or someone else's studio as mine is too small to keep flour off my kit
     
  5. stanm

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    Thanks guys for looking.

    This was shot in a professional studio, more as a bit of fun. The floor was covered with black plastic which was ordered for the event so had loads of creases in it and of course the flour get everywhere. I had thought about replacing it with black so the colour was continuous through the background but didn't look natural when blended against the model. May try it again on a rainy day.

    Yes, the colour is a gradient applied in pp
     
  6. beersurgeon

    beersurgeon Here a lot

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    stanm Always on

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    Haripaul Always on Premium Member

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    Nicely caught Stan and love the use of gels. These shoots are good fun and yes messy but the models always seem to like getting messy too. I would crop it to portrait mode.
     
  9. stanm

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    cropped as a portrait is a good call. Would get rid of a lot of the mess

    Stan
     
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    Great effect. I agree ref the portrait crop.
     

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