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Moondrops Burst

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Fantasy collaboration with ~ehoagland66 from this journal request [link].

Concept, props, & photo of ~ElizabethClaret ([link]) by me, elements assembled & manipulated by ~ehoagland66.
Stock used:
Creepy trees by *venomxbaby
Magic Preview 1 by `pendlestock
Faerie Cottage5-Stock by ~Pieceofmestock
Campfire by ~diamondie-stock
texture 1 by =night-fate-stock

Print sale pending permission from one of the stock providers.

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Image © James Glendinning/SilverLight Esoterica Photography.
Image may not be used, copied, or distributed in any way or form without express written consent.
This work is NOT in the public domain.
This work MAY NOT be used as stock.
Image details
Image size
800x622px 278.35 KB
Make
Canon
Model
Canon EOS DIGITAL REBEL XSi
Shutter Speed
1/100 second
Aperture
F/5.0
Focal Length
16 mm
ISO Speed
100
Date Taken
Nov 11, 2008, 5:43:24 PM
Sensor Size
4mm
Published:
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ChandraDusk's avatar
I enjoy the "Wiccan" feel that this picture has. It looks like CGI, but of course I mean that in the best possible way. Its a great image and great background.
Stonemirth's avatar
Awesome picture. She looks like a witch and her magical fire works coming out of her goblet. The crooked magical staff and the old style house thatched with branches. It looks like a Germanic house with two materials used wood and the white cement or plaster. (I'm not sure which.) I love the trees and the plants. The woman model isn't bad looking either in the corset. It looks almost medieval fantasy like.
slephoto's avatar
Thank you, that's very much the feel we were going for with this idea. I appreciate the detailed review.
Stonemirth's avatar
No problem, I like doing that. I enjoy telling you what I like about your pictures and writing style. It was a pleasure to help you in any way that I can.
shiningwren's avatar
Awsom. i love her staff. and that corset is the bomb
slephoto's avatar
We actually based the entire idea around that corset. :D
shiningwren's avatar
that makes sense. it's pretty awsome.
Wespenfresser's avatar
I think ~Imortalbelovd is kinda right about adding a green tint.
Considering that she isn't lit by the fire everywhere, there could be some green in the shadows.
Or at least there should be more orange on the other stuff, since it doesn't seem logical that the light only hits her. (While I'm not even sure if she's orange enough in the lit areas.)
Either way it could use some "tinting" to make the overall light situation more believable. Ö.Ö
slephoto's avatar
Thanks for the feedback. :)
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dwingephotography's avatar
I turn around, you blow my mind.
slephoto's avatar
Thanks David :) I'm debating swapping the image out for a larger version. It's got a TON of find details, Eric did a fantastic job over multiple revisions with me bitching about the details.
Imortalbelovd's avatar
Yes! Link me to the huge version, I want to see this in all its glory!
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Imortalbelovd's avatar
I absolutely LOVE this piece. I think the only thing I would change would be to add a little bit of a green tint to the model, IMHO it would make it a bit more cohesive.
slephoto's avatar
The fire's the primary light source, she's tinted to match the fact that her white shirt & pale skin would reflect the reds & golds of the fire. :D

Remind me to send you a link to the HUGE version of this so you can see all the details. I'm hoping to get permission to offer it as a print.
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