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Amelia
Copyright ©2011, Greg Mennegar
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Photographer: Greg Mennegar
Folder: e-620
Uploaded: 11-May-2011 05:19 CEST
Current Rating: 9.00/2
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Model release available: 1
Camera: Olympus E-620
Exposure time: 1/160 s
Aperture: F7.1
Focal length: 50 mm
Lens: Olympus Zuiko 50MM f2.0 macro
Focusing method: Spot
ISO: 100
White balance: Manual(One Touch)
Flash: external
Image format: RAW
Processing applied:
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Image resized to: 1067x800

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lighting and skin treatment

Hello,

I think you got a very good studio-portrait and also the post tratment was very good also.

Hair is in good detail, eyes are beautifully evidents in the picture, skin is smooth and without perceptible imperfections, and light is very well positioned to enhamce the moment.

Framing is well chosen with her eyes in a catching interest point, maybe the jewels could be better seen with 5mm more of her chest that ou could cut over the head.

Also the diagonal described by position of her head is very interesting. And your model is very beautiful.

Congratulations.

salvador atance at 09:04 CEST on 11-May-2011 [Reply]

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Very nice. Is this a new shot or from the old series?

Alfred Molon at 00:16 CEST on 12-May-2011 [Reply]

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Alfred Molon wrote:
> Very nice. Is this a new shot or from the old series?
>
Alfred,

You have a photographic memory! This is indeed from a series I shot over a year ago. At the time I only processed a couple of images. I'm in the process of going back through and working on some more of those images.

Greg

Greg Mennegar at 00:25 CEST on 12-May-2011 [Reply]

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I too remember commenting on a similar picture a while ago. As before, the head, eyes, accessories are perfect.... but.... the previous shot was a tighter crop and here the shoulder/upper arm seems to intrude in a slightly unnatural way and takes up too much of the picture area to be ignored. A subjective viewpoint, I know, but having noticed it I can't keep my eyes off the shoulder!
Mike.

Mike Bywater at 00:44 CEST on 21-Jun-2011 [Reply]