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Here's another blast from the past...

Amanda wanted some shots to send to her husband serving with the 82nd Airborne in Iraq and these are a few from what we came up with.

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Likes #3, got the feels .. :biggrin:

Not sure about #1 .. guess I should try 1 myself to understand better .. :confused:
 
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Hey Woody, very good - nr 2 stands out though, classy & elegant, great lighting & composition! :biggrin: nr 1, I am not sure about the PP there... but I guess it just boils down to taste! Thanks for sharing, very good stuff as usual :smile:
 
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Beautiful Woody. I am always stunned by the quality of your portraits. I bet the chap was very pleased to have such great images of his wife to remind him of home and her love.
 
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Great lighting Woody! 2 and 3 are very nice - I especially like the model's eyes. On 1, I like everything but the toning.
 
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Thanks for the comments everyone.

The first one was the result of "I wonder what would happen if I did this" experiment. I had finished the skin layer and selected the background layer and started playing with Hue Saturation. So the skin layer blocked out areas of the blue-shifted layer. If I were to do this today, I'd do it in a way where only the hair was blue.

I took these about 2-3 years ago.
 
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Great job Woody!! #1 is an awesome shot!! The only thing that would have made #2 better would be the ring being on her left hand (wedding ring). #3 is just amazing, I think that's the one that will used during "private time"... :biggrin:
 
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I like them all Woody, I would probably opt to not have the lipstick stand out quite so much on #1 but still love the shot. In fact pictorially I like the pose in #1 the best. Very nice and your model's husband will like these I am sure.
 

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