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Just Sharing Urban Gorila.

Stephen F

Always on
Premium Member
I like to test my light set ups on myself first, truth was i couldn'tIMGP2795.jpg get a model for the day so self timer and away we go. Processed with a light ir filter for some thing a bit different.
 

Roger S

Crazy Canuck
Administrator
Not to seem semantic, but did you mean "Guerilla"? Sorry, couldn't resist. :whistle3:

Other than that, the pose works well.
 

Ozzie_Traveller

Old Hand
Premium Member
G'day Stephen

Reading the title & for a moment I wondered which Prime Minister you were about to feature :)

pic-wise ... it's a bit harsh on my screen, but 10/10 from me for trying it
 

Stephen F

Always on
Premium Member
Not to seem semantic, but did you mean "Guerilla"? Sorry, couldn't resist. :whistle3:

Other than that, the pose works well.
I wouldn't expect anything less from you Roger, spelling never was my strong point , don't get out as much as i would like now days so have to entertain my self some how.:getmecoat:

G'day Stephen

Reading the title & for a moment I wondered which Prime Minister you were about to feature :)

pic-wise ... it's a bit harsh on my screen, but 10/10 from me for trying it
Thanks Phil, i tried something different in the processing and i suppose its a bit marmite (vegimite ) some you win some you don't.
 

Isac

Always on
Good attempt at what you were hoping to achieve Stephen. I think the main subject is blending into the background too much and thus getting lost. Maybe shoot in front of a plain colour and then drop a BG in with PP. Like this...
IMGP2795-E-1.jpg
 
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