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I Don't Want This Night To End
By stefangrosjean   |   Watch
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Published: March 5, 2012
[ cultivate your desire ]
Image size
3744x5616px 9.25 MB
IMAGE DETAILS
Make
Canon
Model
Canon EOS 5D Mark II
Shutter Speed
1/160 second
Aperture
F/2.8
Focal Length
48 mm
ISO Speed
100
Date Taken
Mar 2, 2012, 3:58:54 PM
Software
Adobe Photoshop CS5 Windows
Sensor Size
24mm
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Comments (30)
newtype25's avatar
newtype25|Student General Artist
Immaculate lighting and color! Beautiful shot and an amazing gorgeous model!
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TAREK63's avatar
Absolutely fantastic...colors , light , contrast & the model is stunning Clap Clap Clap 
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Zeven7's avatar
Very pretty
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Jexyss's avatar
Love the lighting in this one! Gives off such soft values
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HelghastPredator's avatar
yeah...me neither! (title)
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DarkCrimsonElixir|Student Traditional Artist
Great contrast of the thin, straight steel pole and the soft tan curves of the woman.
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dragonmikegolf's avatar
Great vintage style; classy and seductive. Great model, looks awesome.
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legolassx's avatar
que maravilla de foto
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ravenstark's avatar
love it and from my amature viewpoint maybe a little less light on her left side saying that its straight in favs
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bondsand2's avatar
Gorgeous scene! Love her jewelry and strappy sandals!
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OwerWild's avatar
Great lights
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marZettik's avatar
This is gorgeous! The whole scene is stunning and complementing. Great job!
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RAJHBK's avatar
beautiful moment ... well captured .
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NyalaRa's avatar
I fully have to agree - this is a really tasteful and stunning shot! :rose:
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Oni-Studio's avatar
very nice! Where did you get your background?
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Phandagart's avatar
Gorgeous shot. The silver reflections are a great contrast to the warm tones of the rest of the photo.
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GOHIBI's avatar
Neither do I. She is a real stunner.
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Raven-the-Saint|Hobbyist General Artist
beautiful picture, great pose.
Her eyes are like liquid darkness, very beautiful
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magXlander| Digital Artist
Very interesting shot and quite inspiring. Don't get me wrong, but I have the feeling there is something missing and the nice photo could be a just little better.

In my humble opinion, we don't have yet that feeling about the desired effect of a sweet heat to our heart and body, which I believe is the goal that you initially thought for the scene.

The lamp is really quite nice but the all bottom area is too dark, or forgotten, and somehow distracts a lot our attention and admiration even to the beautiful model.
Her pose is just lovely but lacks some natural attitude, maybe she could be actually looking to the light, or her face be more artistically highlighted (by some focus) or show a little more emotion or, why not of enchantment.

Maybe investing in some more light spots (strategically placed in the surrounding background - and not seen by us) could improve your idea that is already wonderful. To be more than beautiful, your idea just needs a little more magic.
Hope you consider my feedback in a constructive way.
:)
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gerzel's avatar
I may be a bad critic but to me the jewelry seems a bit too heavy. Something lighter with a sparkle would be more suiting in my mind.

Please note: This is a small detraction.
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magXlander| Digital Artist
That jewelry seems quite big, isn't it? But unexpectedly i found it amazingly beautiful in this shot. The reason for this is that it matches perfectly with the style and the light exhibited by the luxury candelabrum.

Since she is naked, something big enough and beautiful near the model may help to fulfill that missing clothes and other elements in the wall. Probably a tiny necklace couldn't create so much impact

But for me you pointed out very well that important detail. Now, it would be funny to know what the author was thinking about it.
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gerzel's avatar
It may just be a matter of taste. Like I said it was a small thing. I still like the composition over-all and hope to see more.
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