|[Note Guidelines] Photographer's Note|
|A portrait taken under strong sunlight, with a "rembrandt" orientation to the light: means that the light must creates a "closed" shadow under the eye, and the shadow above the lips must cut it right in the middle of one side, as you see in the shot.The light source must be approximately at 45 degree with respect to the face.|
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Excellent portrait especially in B&W. Great pov and dof with sharp details. Well done, tfs.
Your "Rembrandt-like" approach worked out well, Marco ;o). The play of shadows on your model's face contributes as much to her aura as does her dreamy look. As to composition, maybe I would have preferred a little more space towards the left.
TFS & kind regards,
- [2010-08-04 12:28]
Excellent tight crop, beautiful lighting and sharpness.
Boa tarde marco
Your photos have a cinema charge...full of memory. Here she looks so Italian ...I ke the wet look and the good B/W.
Hi Ilfumo...this is a nice black and white shot..great light and tonal range...reminds me of one of the old shots of Elizabeth Taylor....nice work.