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The Flour Girl

rebel06

Looking for a cause.
Moderator
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
 

tenchy

Rain maker
Administrator
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
 

stanm

Always on
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
 

Haripaul

Always on
Premium Member
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.
 
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