Published: Wednesday 20th of July 2005 09:37:01 PM
John Could I be so vain as to say "thank you". You were right when saying that it works well in print and therefore it's original colour. The highlights aren't as blinding. I would like to see some more of your photo's in colour, and as prints. With such warm tones inside your apartment, I wonder if you've experimented with any kodak films. I love the sensia 200, but really love the Kodak E100VS (transperency). I dont think I'd ever try E6 developing at home, but the colours are superb.
Those sahrp highights are very distracting in my opinion.
Good one John. A few things I like: It's obviously posed, but with all the surroundings it appears not to be. I like the color tones and that she seems to be so oblivious to you, only gazing at the bright sunny spot on her leg
great great shot John, fabulous colors as well. chris
ALFREDO DE Ricolino
Colors, Composition, lighting all great
Knicki, I cannot move the table to the right, so I just try to fit it in as best as possible! Thanks for your comment. David, I fogot your comment regarding the Kodak. I have used it in the past, but I find that it is a bit harsh and contrasted on skin tones. I don't use transparencies though.
where do you find all these beautiful women,john??
Friends and friends of friends Reggie, we all have them :-)
Very relaxed pose. Good Shot...
nice shot!! ,well done, regards
On the steps A colour print taken during the session ...