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Discussion in 'Formal Portraits and Weddings' started by drdrew, Aug 21, 2008.
I love it,would love it more with less shadows
drew... i continue to be dazzled by your style
very nice, sir
I love this shot Drew, the lighting the color and as always I love the PP. It doesn't hurt any that this model is Gorgeous!:biggrin:
Drew, if I may say your shot is creative and your work is awesome. Being said that, IMHO I think you have to many shadows though. The lines from the floor to the wall and corner of the walls bring your eyes straight to her which is awesome but you run into the shadows before you get there. I would like to see it if you could maybe clone out or soften the shadow on the right and the one in front of her lips. Her left hand fingers look kind of awkward too.
Are there shadows in that picture??
You never seem to let us down with your creativity - Nice work!
appreciate all the input and suggestions! thanks guys for taking the time!
I like the shadows...
Me too! And I love the green background tones again! (and I'm guessing this is a photoshop addition since your studio space is gray?)
sonya...photoshop??? me??? no, i repaint it for every shot...lol
Dr. Drew, you give a whole new meaning to the Show Me State - lol. Very nice work.
Are you getting any use out of your Alzo softbox?
She has some awesome hair...... any shots without the hat?
yes, i still use it on occasion...but lately have been reaching more for the umbrella....
yah...uhhhh...here's a few
Drew, some people had issues with the shadows drawing there attention away and asked if you could clone them out. So I was wondering if you could clone out her legs for that very reason. lol:tongue: These are great shots as well Drew.
Very cool - very creative.
Great Work, Drew!
Love your props as well.
Drew you have been posting some very creatiive work. Thanks for sharing with us. This has motivated me to want to get my ABs back up this weekend and take a few.
I just noticed....is she the same girl that's in your avatar?