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First Model
17-FEB-2009 Robin Reid

First Model

San Marcos, CA

We began practicing keylight techniques in my Palomar Portraiture class. Dianne is a music student and aspiring model who agreed to sit for us. I was working with a team of four. They were shooting with the Mamiya as I did for a while, however I found using my 5D was much easier. A Mamiya shot by classmate Doug is below.



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Dougie Young19-Feb-2009 22:48
Nice one Robin, I prefer the 5D shot. Both fotos are very nicely framed and composed..:>
snootydog19-Feb-2009 05:30
Whoa.... this is superb. Love her expression. Curious what the lighting was.
Matt Griffin19-Feb-2009 03:05
Good one!
don nieman19-Feb-2009 02:23
Wow, you did a great job on this! What a refreshingly attractive young woman. The 5D nailed it!
Sheila18-Feb-2009 23:01
Stunning portrait.
You have a lovely model.
Nicki Thurgar18-Feb-2009 20:14
Great portrait shot Robin!
Walter O. Koenig18-Feb-2009 17:30
Beautiful portrait. Nice work!
De'Carr Studio18-Feb-2009 05:20
Great shot!!
Debbie Blackburn Beierle18-Feb-2009 03:55
OUTSTANDING, Robin! Your portrait shot is SUPERB!!! Excellent lighting and skin tones. Your classmate's shot of YOU is OK and no reflection on your modeling ability!!!! The difference is in photographers and processing and YOU WIN!!! (you make an excellent model, BTW!)
Herb Knufken18-Feb-2009 03:36
Impressive
Mindy McNaugher18-Feb-2009 03:22
Fabulous portrait Robin!! Great work! Vote!
Cooper18-Feb-2009 02:56
Cool hat!
Cindi Smith18-Feb-2009 02:25
This is awesome....boy does she ever remind me of my little sis!
coaster18-Feb-2009 02:07
Beautiful work!
virginiacoastline17-Feb-2009 23:59
the Mamiya is a nice medium format camera for portraiture, but obviously the 5D is no slouch
The good thing about the film is that there is no question someone will be able to see the image 200 yrs from now cuz developing never changes & archival quality of film is almost a given
digital images . . well . . .who knows what technology WON'T be around in 5 yrs, let alone 200 =P




whew! where the heck did THAT tirade come from!!! =D
J. Scott Coile17-Feb-2009 23:49
I rarely miss my 645. Excellent lighting. The 5D shines!
Coleen Perilloux Landry17-Feb-2009 23:40
Very nice. It is always more comfortable using your own camera because you know what you will get out of it.