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High Key portrait

High Key portrait
Copyright ©2010, ken hunter ¤

my first opportunity to try out the studio at the works camera club. I now have a lot more respect for studio photograpers. So many mistakes made on the day but an enjoyable experience none the less.

Photographer: ken hunter ¤
Folder: tykes landscapes + favourites
Uploaded: 2010-Dec-05 01:51 EST
Current Rating: 6.00/2 (Weighted rating: 7.33)
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Camera: Olympus E-3
Lens: Olympus ED 50mm f2.0 Macro
Lens Adapter: None
ISO: 100
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Flash: No
Tripod/Monopod: No
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i've only done home studio setup shots so not sure about the challenge in real studio, thanks for sharing the experience and the fine result ;-))

dee vee HoF Win ¤ $1 at 11:31 EST on 2010-Dec-05 [Reply]


You have the eyes nicely in focus, and I like the way the light gives her hair so many different shades. Wonder what a B&W version would look like.

Jimmy Swiggers ¤1 at 17:48 EST on 2010-Dec-06 [Reply]


The composition highlights the eyes. A great shot You can comment on details of the distribution of light. Thanks and Greetings

luis m ¤ ¤1 at 12:27 EST on 2010-Dec-07 [Reply]

high key portrait

Thank you all or your replies and critique. I have since done a B/W vfersion in photoshop with a green filter and it as worked really well. The eyes definatley stand out more with that version. Thanks for the advice once again. ken

ken hunter ¤1 at 13:11 EST on 2010-Dec-07 [Reply]


Great beginning....

Robert Melnyk HoF ¤ $1 at 18:01 EST on 2010-Dec-08 [Reply]