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Software : Adobe Photoshop CS Windows
Published: Tuesday 21st of June 2005 11:45:17 PM
Another great image Natasha! Oh, we think a lot alike in our photographic creativity. :-)
Knicki Thank you for your comment, I had hard time coming up with the title, originally I called it "gabrielle", then "work" and then "firefighter" as it was called that by one of the members above. The idea behind the shot is "inevitable, inescapable work/task" the colors kept bringing me back to Fire. I also uploaded the original, http://www.photo.net/photodb/photo?photo_id=3564879
Fine job you did in PS. Classy. Her attitude towards the axe is good, although I am not sure what I should understand from this picture: quite unusual association you made here ! But I can't help liking it, especially because of the skin texture and the skilled lighting you made. My compliments to your model too.
Peter van Nugteren
Beautiful work Natasha!
I think the image has a lot of substance and class. I like the brown tones and hues, the contrast between a very strong willed woman and the axe is awesome. I would have liked to see a close-up of model's face.....I am sure she has very striking and strong facial features which can be explored with a variety of poses and lighting techniques. Thanks for sharing.
Firefighter This is a HOT image anyway you look at it. I don't know if that was your intention but it was the I saw it.6/6...}oD
Thank you very much for your comments! Natasha
Great! Love the pic, saw it when i was looking through your portfolio and i hadnt seen the name but it reminded me of work, so i think you picked the right name. Just wish the people i worked with looked like your model!
Paintbrush WOW! This looks more like a painting than a photo! I love how you blended her hair! The woman with the axe shot is great! Its really an "on the cutting edge" idea! Ok, sorry. I had to get the cheesy line in. All and all, this is a wonderful shot. I really like the way it is edited. :D
Joe, i like the cheesey line :-) thanks for the comment
"work" I edited this photo in photoshop. I also uploaded the original image under single photos. Please let me know how you like it. thank you.