Candy Cane

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© Sam Chua
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Photo Info
UploadedFebruary 12, 2011
TakenAugust 17, 2010
MakeNikon Corporation
ModelNIKON D700
Exposure1/100 sec at f/2
FlashNo Flash
Focal Length50 mm
ISO640
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5 responses

  • Michael

    Michael (Deleted) said (12 Feb 2011):

    Sorry, but the whole high key thing doesn't work for me. Not only does it wash out the candy cane, but it goes against the dark, mystery of the orient your model would portray. I see her more on a black background using a red or yellow key separator and cropped a little tighter on her face.

    Still a good shot and worthy of a vote.

  • Sam Chua

    Sam Chua said (12 Feb 2011):

    I happen to like the photo just the way it is. I much prefer the high key style of lighting. As for the Dark Mystery of the Orient, where the photo is shot, Asians are hardly rare and exotic.

    This is pretty much a photo of my friend against a white sheet put against the window.

  • Joseph Jovel

    Joseph Jovel said (11 Mar 2011):

    Im with you Sam, I really like the high key style. Lovely focus on her eyes and great capture overall. I love her look.

  • Lisa Toleno

    Lisa Toleno (Deleted) gave props (23 Mar 2011):

    Lovely shot!

  • Neil Woo

    Neil Woo said (23 Mar 2011):

    over all a nice photo,vote

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