NSFW : Dolly Trashdoll
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    NSFW : Dolly Trashdoll

    by JazzXP » Mon Oct 22, 2012 7:49 am

    So I decided to try something in a bit of a different style to what I usually do. Originally I was planning on doing some shots using window light, but alas, when it came time to shoot, the light decided not to play nice.

    These were all shot with my Elinchrom Ranger RX, shooting a single head through an 18cm gridded reflector. Good practice at feathering the light.

    This first one is probably the closest to my regular style.

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    These two are quite different, and to me, have a lot more emotion in them than most of my other photos in general.

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    Re: NSFW : Dolly Trashdoll

    by Busiboy » Mon Oct 22, 2012 9:55 am

    Nice to see you shooting again.

    I like the 2nd and 3rd here, there is a bit of mood in the 3rd and I like the pose of the 2nd more than the first.

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    Re: NSFW : Dolly Trashdoll

    by JazzXP » Mon Oct 22, 2012 12:58 pm

    Busiboy wrote:Nice to see you shooting again.

    I like the 2nd and 3rd here, there is a bit of mood in the 3rd and I like the pose of the 2nd more than the first.

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    Oh, I've been shooting (crazy amounts), just haven't been posting. :lol:

    Thanks, yeah, the 2nd and 3rd have a lot more mood. I find the 3rd is something TOTALLY different to what I normally do to the stage where I processed it three times in different styles to find what worked the best with it.
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    Re: NSFW : Dolly Trashdoll

    by heartyfisher » Wed Oct 24, 2012 11:38 am

    like the second best, but the 3rd is nice too.. however that pattern on the chair is too distracting i feel
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    Re: NSFW : Dolly Trashdoll

    by JazzXP » Thu Oct 25, 2012 7:32 pm

    heartyfisher wrote:like the second best, but the 3rd is nice too.. however that pattern on the chair is too distracting i feel

    Yeah, it was a pretty dingy old chair. Bright green, haha.
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    Re: NSFW : Dolly Trashdoll

    by beats rowing » Fri Oct 26, 2012 9:44 pm

    JazzXP wrote:
    heartyfisher wrote:like the second best, but the 3rd is nice too.. however that pattern on the chair is too distracting i feel

    Yeah, it was a pretty dingy old chair. Bright green, haha.

    I remember those chairs, pretty flash in their day :lol:
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    Re: NSFW : Dolly Trashdoll

    by ozjeeper » Fri Oct 26, 2012 10:54 pm

    Number #3 for me with #2 a close second. The pattern on the chair is a counter to the body art that works for me. Flowers on the body reflected by the chair. Your work rocks.......jealous as .....
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    Re: NSFW : Dolly Trashdoll

    by W G » Sat Oct 27, 2012 7:52 am

    A chair like that is too distinctive to be a purely incidental practical prop.. I think that on future shoots it could be the motivation point to set a 'period' style of shot.
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    Re: NSFW : Dolly Trashdoll

    by JazzXP » Sat Oct 27, 2012 6:12 pm

    W G wrote:A chair like that is too distinctive to be a purely incidental practical prop.. I think that on future shoots it could be the motivation point to set a 'period' style of shot.

    That's a good idea. Originally I was looking for a stool, but unfortunately the place we were shooting at, that was pretty much all that we could find.
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    Re: NSFW : Dolly Trashdoll

    by troutmouth » Fri Oct 18, 2013 8:47 am

    nice work on 1st couple of pics

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