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« Reply #60 on: November 04, 2009, 03:56:53 PM »
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Best of both worlds: Nikon F2, Kodachrome 64 Pro, scanner, Photoshop.

And the very best part: Mallorca!

Rob C


Rob,

Nice one, a very sexy subject. It has a metallic processed look that I like.
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« Reply #61 on: November 04, 2009, 03:57:43 PM »
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Best of both worlds: Nikon F2, Kodachrome 64 Pro, scanner, Photoshop.

And the very best part: Mallorca!

Rob C


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« Reply #62 on: November 04, 2009, 05:13:43 PM »
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Rob,

Nice one, a very sexy subject. It has a metallic processed look that I like.



Nick

Thanks, she was/is? a lovely girl and the hair was her own, but as it was back in '84, God alone knows how she wears it now. I think the 'skirt' belonged in our prop box...

The metallic look is something that comes easily with Kodachrome; it has a look you can sometimes get by mixing flash and daylight and overlighting the subject just a bit but exposing/printing to make it look normal; however, this one was all sunlight. On another note, I have realised over the years that my main problem with trying to make landscape pictures is that I seem to find ones that are essentially backgrounds for girls rather than ones that are better without them. Old dogs and new tricks, I suppose.

Unfortunately, my model shoots ended before I got into digital and I have no idea how they would work together now, the girls and the digital capture.

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