Portrait of a Woman
|Informação sobre a Foto|
|Direitos de Autor: Manuel Librodo (manny)
|Meio: Preto & Branco|
|Data da Foto: 2004-07|
|Câmara: Nikon D70|
|Versão da Foto: Versão Original|
|Data de Submissão: 2004-08-19 1:41|
|[Notas - Normas] Nota do Artista|
|Here's my sister again, Eva. This picture is a high-key overexposed picture. I intended to make it look like a drawing. With PP, I was able to make the strokes in the strands of the hair and the design of her clothes stand out.|
It does run in the family. We all like to pose. I used to....not anymore since I started to be more serious behind the camera. That's probably the reason why I can make my model feel at ease in front of the camera. I can identify with them.
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Very interesting PP. It really looks like a professional painted portrait. I really like the composition and the soft pastel colors. Perfect!
- [2004-08-19 20:35]
A very interesting composition. I like the shade that is evident in the capture. It does look like a professional pencil drawing. Well done.
Once again a great portrait. Those are very nice models you got. No wonder why you like portraits so much. The overxposition bothers me a bit on the lower part but not so much on the upper part. Good work.
- [2004-08-20 23:15]
Reminds me the 'Gina's style' you have presented before. I like very much this type of portrait. A perfectly controlled photography with this technique of overexposure and pp you mastered so well, something i have never tried deliberately, and don't even know how to do it. It works so fine for you. C'est superbe!