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Challenge: Peek-a-Boo (Advanced Editing VII)
Camera: Olympus E-510
Location: Photo was taken at a studio.
Date: Mar 3, 2008
Aperture: F 8
ISO: 100
Shutter: 1/60
Date Uploaded: Mar 3, 2008

The purpose of this photo was to have a photo appropriate for the peek-a-boo topic that was sexy with implied nudity only.

The lighting setup was a softbox on the photographers left side for key light, a reflector on the photographer's right side close to the model, and 2 lights in back of the model...one diffused aimed at her lower back and one with a gobo aimed at the back of her hair to give it highlights.

No direct lighting fell on the chest of the model and that was so her chest would not show through the fabric.

Statistics
Place: 21 out of 131
Avg (all users): 6.1012
Avg (commenters): 7.4211
Avg (participants): 6.0182
Avg (non-participants): 6.1416
Views since voting: 2095
Views during voting: 627
Votes: 168
Comments: 25
Favorites: 3 (view)


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03/27/2008 06:49:44 PM
Vast improvement over your other nude.

Message edited by author 2008-03-27 18:51:54.
03/26/2008 08:28:46 PM
oh yes i see what you mean, she is a poser, her angles are amazing!!!
03/17/2008 06:49:36 PM
I thought this would do better, it was a fun entry and the lighting is done very well. I really like the eye lashes.

Message edited by author 2008-03-17 20:51:51.
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03/17/2008 03:13:17 AM
Doug - congrats on a new PB :- )
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 Comments Made During the Challenge
03/16/2008 09:55:35 PM
This is pretty. I like the backlighting. Those are some freaky long eyelashes but it works really well here.
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03/16/2008 07:43:06 PM
Very seductive. I like the lighting here and the translucent look of the cloth. Appealing and different take on the challenge.
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03/16/2008 11:01:56 AM
Yes, please.
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03/15/2008 05:50:05 PM
Very nice shot here, the model stands out from the background well here. Great capture of motion in the sheet. Beautiful!!
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03/14/2008 08:58:24 AM
Yes, no, yes. OK This is the first I see using this theme.
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03/12/2008 10:11:33 PM
Great wispy hair to go with the flowing drape. Love the fun eyelashes as well.
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03/12/2008 09:42:18 PM
Yes, please!

Half naked women don't improve a score, but a well done photo that fits the theme does. Not the usual interpretation, but it does fit and is well done.
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03/12/2008 09:34:46 PM
Very nice idea with the crepey-silky cloth back-lit to show the body profile behind the drape. Great color scheme, the red vs the ivory skin tone, against the neutral blue/gray. What keeps this from being really elegant is the angle of the model's head and the make-up and hair. Sometimes design has to take you all the way into dictating what stands before you. I like the "fly-away" strands, but the rest of the hair is pulled back too tightly. A softer bun or free falling hair with a fan blowing it back would be better. The make-up is too harsh for the softness of everything else. Less mascara, no false eyelashes, lighter lip gloss. The green shadow could work if everything else was toned down. (Or go the complete opposite...make EVERYTHING above the neck angular, severe and over the top...slick the hair completely back, go even darker with the make-up etc.) What you have here is the beginnings of a GREAT fashion photo, that is being held back by a portrait. If that makes sense.
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03/12/2008 07:11:59 PM
Not a bad fashion shot actually. It looks a little funny how the front hand extends into the back hand giving the viewer the impression the hand is hyper extended :)
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03/12/2008 01:13:36 PM
Love the lashes and the pose, and this is what peek-a-boo is all about, right? Beautifully lit. I love this pic and have favourited it as well.
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03/11/2008 11:14:35 PM
The back lighting was an excellent choice for this photo. I particularly like the angelic glow created by the light through her hair.
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03/11/2008 07:54:18 PM
I'm sure there's a few voters in here who would love to take that offer up! *grin*
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03/11/2008 06:10:27 AM
Nicely intriguing.
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03/11/2008 01:12:14 AM
I'm nit picking but the make-up is distracting to me and the hand on top feels odd. Love the light through the material and the shape of the draped fabric.
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03/11/2008 12:39:18 AM
It Depends!
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03/10/2008 10:04:20 PM
What a tease! :) Very nicely done -- the lighting is fantastic.
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03/10/2008 01:14:49 PM
very good interpretation of the challenge. good lighting and focus
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03/10/2008 12:13:56 PM
Beautiful model and a better take than the traditional peek-a-boo. WOnderful exposure and pose makes this highly rated.
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03/10/2008 11:26:15 AM
Lovely lighting! *9*
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03/10/2008 09:57:49 AM
Nice shot, I was going to do almost the same thing but chickened out!

And yes, I do...
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03/10/2008 12:59:43 AM
Your title sounds contrived to me, and I wish the creases in the fabric weren't as evident. But aside from that, I really think this image is perfect. It definitely meets the challenge, and it is so sexy while being really tasteful and *pretty*. The pose is great and I like the lighting. And the eye makeup gives it an extra "wow". Great job and I hope you do well!
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