MODELinn: ¤ Lesley ¤


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Canonised

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Lesley @ Raffles Place, presented in a "spoof ads" for my new toy.

 

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Another one to share .....
 

Deadpoet

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Why does her chin looks off? Looks like she got a tan on her face, but not on her chin!
 

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Why does her chin looks off? Looks like she got a tan on her face, but not on her chin!
Nothing can escape your hawkeye's vision :sweat:
Ya, she doesn't have that perfect face complexion, with minor discoloration and uneven patches....
In fact it's good that i tried the ang mor models coz i realise that i have problems with the control of light on the nose and chin , probably due to the high and sharp features.... any advice from the experienced here? :dunno: I am not using flash on my model shoots, and mostly indirect lightsource.

Was this shot on film?
Did you do any post processing?
20D.
PS minimal, contrast and desaturate ...
 

Canonised

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last instalment .... the messy look, with bad on chin and nose again.

 

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Nice stuff. Shot with Voigtlander ? Get the L lens lah.
 

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No lah, just nit pick. I had the opposite problem. I used to be much more comfortable shooting fair skin models. When I first arrive in Asia, all skin tones and exposures were off. Just becareful, expose for highlights, you should be fine.

Regarding skin complection, well, either over expose skin a bit to wash out the imperfection, or head straight to DI. Looking at the second picture you posted, ought not be a time consuming exercise.

Now, some may think I am too obssessed with perfection. Well, I like to say, I try to deliver perfection, eventhough I failed alot, in my images. I don't like to record images. That is boring.
 

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