Cara tests...

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    More from a test shoot the other night, these are just snapshots.


    Messing around with tonemapping people...


    Shot with a long exposure and slow sync flash...


    Cara close-up


    Black and white conversion with "power re-touch"
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    #2 is by far my favorite!
    I'm not sure about the tonemapping in #1. I love the black and white conversion too. Great job on all these. Where do you find all these people. Cara is relation though, right?
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    Check out modelmayhem.com to find models in your area. That is where I find alot of models these days.
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    Gorgeous shots I also love #2

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    I think the tone mapping turned out pretty well. Interesting look.


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    love the close up of cara...such pretty eyes
    the tonemapping came out neat.
    the B&W conversion looks great
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    Nice experiments, it's fun to try new techniques.

    I like #2 and I would really love it if the standing girl wasn't in the picture.


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