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NIKON CORPORATION
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NIKON D7000
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1/125 second
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May 17, 2012, 7:17:14 AM
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Concord by DmitryElizarov Concord by DmitryElizarov
Another shot from a Sydney hotel.
The strobe light against the window light.

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:iconkube1215:
very nice photograph~~~Amazing~~~
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:iconsenecafalls66:
Very beautiful. The lighting sets off the picture beautifully. :)
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AnthonyDav Jun 24, 2012  Hobbyist Interface Designer
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Vic-P-Photography Jun 11, 2012  Professional Photographer
Heh. I found my way back at your shots without even realising. Great use of the back light here along with perfect placement of your model in the frame. Her expression is great and the combination of creamy colour tones across the shot is well judged. An uncomplicated composition that allows the ey to move between the slight splash of colour on her lips and genuinely captivating eyes.
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DmitryElizarov Jun 12, 2012  Professional Photographer
Yeah, I also like this one )
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EdgarBerg Jun 11, 2012  Student Photographer
great job man!! what kind of lightsetup did you use? greets from germany!
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DmitryElizarov Jun 11, 2012  Professional Photographer
Hello! Wow, what a realy nice photographer you are. Lets' be friends ) I've been to Germany once for like a week, it's a nice country ))

Now about the photo. It's shot next to a window where diffused light is coming towards the camera over the model's shoulder. But there is a strobe standing on a gorilla tripod to the left of us pointing to the camera, again, and that one giver the highlight on the side of her face. And the hair on the left side was of course overexposed too, so I had to take the hair part from the next photo, where I put the flash behind her neck in order to receive a rim light with little flare, keeping the hair in )
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EdgarBerg Jun 11, 2012  Student Photographer
thanks for the explanation man! I'm quiet new to flash and strobestuff since I mainly use available light and reflectors on shootings. you have a nice gallery, I'll keep you on watch :) keep up the good work!
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DmitryElizarov Jun 12, 2012  Professional Photographer
It's just that I'm used to work without an assistance usually, so the reflectors are harder for me that strobes )) But it's a very interesting thing when you get into it. But you have lots of very nicely lit pictures, so it doesn't matter that much what we use )
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