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Untitled 5736
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Mature  |  Published: April 2, 2019
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TWPhotosHobbyist Photographer
Lovely shot beautiful model 
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Sandhurst5Hobbyist General Artist
A satisfying sight. Love the colours in this.

The contrasting light and shadows, the varied saturations, from the vibrant red to the pale skin and especially the wood.
It aids the eyes in blending all the shades and textures of the materials inbetween in a pleasing manner that would otherwise seem inorganic.
Overall, a very soft, casual and an of the moment type of shot. Well done indeed.
Oh and can't leave without a remark on the lady. This model, well she's a little special isn't she, really has got it all, bless her.
Good day :)
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Thank you Sandy, just a casual, informal shot .. some of these models look their best when they are not really posing. Many thanks for passing by, John
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Sandhurst5Hobbyist General Artist
As The marvellous Mac from Predator would say... "Anytime John, anytime."  >…
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Misplaced answer, see below ..
IloveChallenges's avatar
A true beauty in an amazing shot!
I'm sure the considering the light for each picture, but I as wondering whether you arrange it, maybe with artificial sources or mirrors. The body shapes are always perfectly highlighted, and it seems on another hand so naturally lighten.
Maybe I bother you with my questions, if so, please just tell me and sorry for that :-)
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Thank you for your comment and visit. To answer your question, I use natural lighting whenever possible.  When it is insufficient, I add some flash bounced off the camera which gives a very diffused light, but it was not necessary in this case.   I have no experience with studio lights, mirrors etc., and frankly find them to be unnecessary for this kind of indoor setting. The shadows you see are from the light entering through the window in front of the model's legs. 
IloveChallenges's avatar
Thank YOU, for considering spending time to answer my question! :-) This is positively fascinating. You might have a great exposure from your windows. I guess such good result is also obtained from the complexity of the natural light. Anyway, thanks for sharing your amazing pictures and behind scene description :-)
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