Lifting off

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© Gerald Oar
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UploadedMay 17, 2007
TakenSeptember 25, 2006
MakeNikon Corporation
ModelNIKON D2X
Exposure1/500 sec at f/11
FlashNo Flash
Focal Length34 mm
ISO200
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This photo was shot at dawn in Joshua Tree National Park. I was with a dancer/model from the UK, Katy T. I had a wonderful eight days shooting there.

2 responses

  • Richa Narvekar

    Richa Narvekar said (26 Jun 2011):

    This is a very interesting project idea.Just a little observation/opinion:
    Because of the extreme high contrast,I am not able to appreciate the scene.I know that you were probably going for the one large mass silhouette look,and the striking figure made by the dancer's shape is the thing to be noticed.....but I feel as though if there were some light on the dancer's body from behind(ie not such high contrast),it would've been a scene with more feeling.

  • Blisco_O

    Blisco_O said (5 Jul 2011):

    amazing series composition..

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