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Oil Painting of Nancy

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Knocked this one up this morning. Taken in daylight in the kitchen but camera exposed for the light then used off camera flash to light Nancy. Followed up with Photoshop tricks and finally overlaid it with a photograph of a frame we have.

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For those interested in the Behind the Scenes, settings and Photoshop ...

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The flashlight is a Yongnuo 460YN (original cost around £30) Lightstand about £15, Yongnuo triggers RF-603C, £25.

Camera on tripod to show setup only as it was hand held. Exposure set to the side light with flash, at about half power aimed at Nancy - using MagModGrid with MagMod Sphere.
Canon 6D Mk1, f/2.2 1/160 sec, ISO 100 Sigma 35mm Art f/1.4

Oil paint effect in Photoshop. Next layer was a texture file, desaturated, lowered opacity and Overlay blend. Top layer was took a photo of a frame then cut out picture and overlaid frame over the final photograph.
 
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Good job!
 

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Good job. Thats'd go well on the wall.
 

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Lovely picture.

Many thanks for the info.

Dave
 
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