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    Darcy in the Light

    Darcy in the Light

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    Re: Darcy in the Light

    Did you use existing light or did you set things up? It looks like a very high iso image so I assume it was existing light at night.
    I like the composition, the pose and the wall used as background. I wonder if there could not have been a bit more tone in the skin.
    It would have been nice if you were able to prevent the glance of the light in the wall.

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    Re: Darcy in the Light

    This is a nice photo of a very pretty lady.



    Bruce

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    Re: Darcy in the Light

    Awesome!

    A very pleasant picture to look at.

    Thanks.
    Last edited by nimitzbenedicto; 12th October 2013 at 11:10 PM.

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    Re: Darcy in the Light

    Thanks my friends. This was shot 25 years ago with Agfapan film & Tungsten lighting.

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    Re: Darcy in the Light

    Quote Originally Posted by travis4567 View Post
    Thanks my friends. This was shot 25 years ago with Agfapan film & Tungsten lighting.
    Just for future reference. It may be useful to post information such as this along with the picture. We try and encourage everyone to use CiC as a learning resource and if we provide some explanatory text with our images it does help colleagues both learn and understand what it we did, or what we are asking etc.

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    Re: Darcy in the Light

    Thanks Donald. Will take your suggestions on future postings.

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