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Capturing Beauty


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I thought it better to just post the shots that i have taken and like in one thread and keep adding to it. capturing beauty and creating images that i like is something that gives me pleasure and i hope u enjoy these pix too :) these first 4 shots on film, ilford delta400 shot on Leica M6. This was taken from a Modelinn shoot by Ivan.

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Film shots on Leica M6 & digital pix on Sony A7S with range of M Mount glass. Color film pix are typically portra 160 or 400 and black and white typically ilford hp5. Paid private shoot.

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NIkita (India, Persia by way of America) Paid private shoot.

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#11 great posing .Nice lighting in most of the shots..nothing overpowered.Great work...:thumbsup:
 

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hi there, nope no flickr account. cheers
 

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From a Sony Digital Workshop. Their portrait beginner one. Although I know much of what was taught it was good to learn re-learn stuff. They have good courses from time to time and have good models time to time too so kudos to the team there.

How can it be? I can taste you now

How can I see when you're everything?


All my world in one grain of sand And I've blown it...

black cherry...

black cherry... stone


 

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last couple of shots from the cool sony digital workshop shoot... great they got a beautiful model for it, Nadine from Germany



& some kodak portra 160 shots

 

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one shot to share from a shoot last week. was trickier getting a good shot of this model as i shot many that were unflattering due to lighting, me shooting at the wrong angles and not hitting the right expressions. well she looks good smiling & u know what they say when you're smiling :) From a Modelinn / Ivan organised shoot.


 

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one shot to share from a shoot last week. was trickier getting a good shot of this model as i shot many that were unflattering due to lighting, me shooting at the wrong angles and hitting the right expressions. well she looks good smiling & u know what they say when you're smiling :)

Great shots bro!

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Kseniya from Russia.... Some black and whites... [From a Modelinn / Ivan organised shoot]





 

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your choice of a few models is good
not sure if that was a compliment but thanks anyway :) what i believe is that even if the model you have is not good, u have to try and make the best of it and try and get some good captures. i have taken pics of not great looking models but have tried my best to take good shots of them. i would think this has happened to others as well.

but where the model is beautiful already, it helps matters alot of course :) cheers.
 

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