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chips7335

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Location: Roseville CA US
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Keywords: model, fashion photography, portrait location photography
Camera: Nikon Z6
Lens & Filters: Tamron 35mm 1:1.4 Di USD, 6-stop ND filter
Film and/or ISO: 1,100 iso
Aperture: f/1.4
Shutter speed: 1/80 sec
Location: Auburn, California
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hendo55


Location: Sailors Gully VIC AU
Posts: 4,249
Fri 26-June-2020 01:12

great model captured beautifully. I love the light and shadow in this image. Its super sharp where it needs to be and has a warm softness elsewhere. Well done.
ChristianF


Location: Montreal QC CA
Posts: 724
Fri 26-June-2020 10:49

Congratulations ! I agree with Chip. The mood is very trendy.
dm1dave

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Location: Lowden IA US
Posts: 21,229
Fri 26-June-2020 02:24

Fantastic portrait, congratulations on Editors Choice!
Robert_1


Location: FL US
Fri 26-June-2020 02:36

whoa! fantastic portrait. the mood, the lighting, the coolness of the model. it all blend in for a perfect visual enjoyment. congratulations!!!
ctnorm7

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Location: Shelton CT US
Posts: 1,250
Fri 26-June-2020 02:49

Great portrait!
Tasmania1


Location: Blackmans Bay TAS AU
Posts: 2
Sun 28-June-2020 06:20

A delightful shot. And the first shot for quite a while I think where the editors chosen a portrait. Great to see people making a comeback. I love it.
Gumshoepa


Location: Hatfield PA US
Sun 28-June-2020 07:32

I’m sorry to have to disagree. Nice photo but nothing very special about it.
chips7335

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Location: Roseville CA US
Posts: 13
Sun 28-June-2020 09:08

Thank you to Chip for selecting this photo as Editor’s Pick and to all who took the time to comment. Of all the images processed for this session this was Nicolette’s favorite. It was taken in a wine bar with very little ambient light. Thank you
NDGraham


Location: Dorval (Montreal) QC CA
Posts: 687
Sun 28-June-2020 12:14

Soft lines on a great pose give a dreamy portrait-like feel but the surrounding yellow ambient light spoils it for me.
chips7335

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Location: Roseville CA US
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Sun 28-June-2020 02:20

The color temperature of of the ambient light was quite warm. I just emphasized it when I brought up the shadows.
voyageurfred


Location: Montreal QC CA
Posts: 794
Mon 29-June-2020 11:47

The setting is a good choice as is the pose of the model. However, the bright light above her head is distracting and could have been masked off by moving the camera a touch left and a lower, or just clone it out. Also her glasses are pin sharp, but not her eyes. Aperture perhaps too wide open. Some selective dodging on the eyes would bring in more detail. Last point, the images heavy yellow-orange cast imho is a bit too much. Overall good effort.
Echowave


Location: Sherbrooke QC CA
Posts: 2
Mon 29-June-2020 04:29

I like the photo, but I find the comments of voyageurfred very relevant for this photo and helpful to perfect our photos, in general.
chips7335

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Location: Roseville CA US
Posts: 13
Thu 02-July-2020 11:44

I agree that the bright light is a distraction. In the dark environment I did what I could to tone it down. Thank you.