Nude model with 1951 Jaguar XK
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1951 Jaguar XK120SE Open Two Seater (convertible) with 4.2L engine
1: High, right and behind model: Speedotron 105 (quad-tube head) fitted with Paul C. Buff 86” silver parabolic lighting modifier (PLM) with white diffusion front. Powered at 2400 watt-seconds.
2: High, left, and behind model: Paul C. Buff Zeus BTH (bi-tube head) fitted with Paul C. Buff 86” silver parabolic lighting modifier (PLM) with white diffusion front. Powered at 2500 watt-seconds.
3: Right of model, even with thigh: Paul C. Buff Einstein monolight (640 watt seconds). Fitted with 7-inch reflector and heavy blue gel. This light produces the blue edge on the thigh and fender.
Hope. Part Irish, part Cherokee. Raised in the Blue Ridge (Appalachian) Mountains. She is a fine arts major; artists always make for good models.
Mamiya RZ67 PII
Aptus Leaf 22
Also by A. K. Nicholas
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