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photoblog image Back to the Park.

Back to the Park.

Back to the Park.


Photo Editing :- Hue & Saturation, Curves and Eraser tool.  ( Shoot in RAW & mONOCHROME pICTURE MODE.

While I was setting up I noticed she was lost in time...and decided to just capture these subtle poses.

I guess you shutterchance Peeps can tell  by now that I am not really a big fan of Studio Portraits sessions, I actually prefer to do outdoor Photography. The natural environment lends its own unique character that helps to compliment the shoot.

DON'T WORRY I WILL PUT UP A fULL COLOUR VERSION SOON.

Back to the Park.

Back to the Park.


Photo Editing :- Hue & Saturation, Curves and Eraser tool.  ( Shoot in RAW & mONOCHROME pICTURE MODE.

While I was setting up I noticed she was lost in time...and decided to just capture these subtle poses.

I guess you shutterchance Peeps can tell  by now that I am not really a big fan of Studio Portraits sessions, I actually prefer to do outdoor Photography. The natural environment lends its own unique character that helps to compliment the shoot.

DON'T WORRY I WILL PUT UP A fULL COLOUR VERSION SOON.

comments (14)

  • Kay
  • 9 Aug 2007, 04:21
I like the composition. Great depth of field, tones, everything.
Love the conversion!!!and how her dress contrasts with the grass, like straight lines vs curves!! grey vs black & white, very nicely done
  • Dudee
  • Purwokerto, Indonesia
  • 9 Aug 2007, 08:57
Lovely composed, nicely done smile
Sweet sweet shot.
  • Ginnie
  • Atlanta, GA, United States
  • 9 Aug 2007, 14:12
She's outstanding in her field, Yeni! (HA! Couldn't resist that.) Actually, YOU'RE outstanding in your outside portrait. I like it.
Photography by Abi: Thank you very much for the kind words
  • Niki
  • 9 Aug 2007, 15:08
This is simply amazing - love the compositio and the DOF
Photography by Abi: thanks
Is a lovely picture! I like!
Photography by Abi: 10q
omo. Je kin mo baby yi now. Mo gba ti e gani. Je kin gba number e
Photography by Abi: I will ask her husband pe...ko fun mi ni nomba re...or fun mi ni ago titi e ma fun Oko re...pe ko fun babi yen.....lol
Very pretty shot and very pretty subject (model and background) and I love this image just the way you have it in this soft black & white - no need to have a color version in my humble opinion, though I am looking forward to seeing the color version. I wonder, during your portrait session, did you try framing this scene with her on the right and the landscape more in front of her and in the direction in which she is looking - in other words, putting her in the right bottom third of the frame?
Photography by Abi: Thanks I do have one like that, I think its in colour so I will put it up soon
wow! you broke a rule from the book here and yet it's still so compelling. Lovely shot. Wonderful composition. She's really married, eh? LOL.
very funny, I had a similar shoot 2 weeks ago, this looks much better, well done.
  • Ray
  • Thailand
  • 24 Aug 2007, 09:46
Great image. Pretty model looks very at ease in the field.
Good shot
very good shot...i especially like the open space to her left. It creates an air of expectancy.

I agree with you about portraits in studio...this is a great combo of portrait and nature and far nicer than any studio shot
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