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Nicole P. Small
 

How tdo you get this clarity?


 
 
Hi,

I am curious to know how one gets an image like this. I would like to do a shott outdoors near a beach setting for a small swimwearline I have just created.

I have a D70's camera. What else is needed for outdoor photography such as the image?


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8/7/2006 11:21:10 AM

 
Nicole P. Small  
 
 
ooops! forgot the image


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8/7/2006 11:27:43 AM

 
Nicole P. Small   Please note I did not photograph this image.....It is only plaaced for you too see what I am seeking to achieve!


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8/7/2006 11:31:51 AM

 
Jagadeesh Andrew Owens   Can you expound on what you mean by clarity? (Yes, I know what the word means, but I want to know more of what in this photo is greatly clarified, if you will...)


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8/7/2006 11:39:38 AM

 
Kerry L. Walker   Forget the photo. Forget the clarity. Just send me the girl! Oh, never mind. I'm too old anyway! LOL


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8/7/2006 11:45:17 AM

 
Nicole P. Small   Hi Sipho,
Well you see the image? That is what I seek( which is why I posted it ;0) How does one get it to have that shine, clean fresh look without it being too overly done in retouching?


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8/7/2006 12:10:35 PM

 
Nicole P. Small   Kerry!

You are a riot!

But you did not answer my question!?!

;)


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8/7/2006 12:12:39 PM

 
Jagadeesh Andrew Owens   This image is just an example of great lighting, that's all. Sharp focus and great light. Maybe some gold reflectors were used on the right side of the photo... Whattaya think, Kerry? Married Kerry....


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8/7/2006 12:15:07 PM

 
Nicole P. Small   Thank you Sipho,

When you say lighting to you mean natural lighting from the sun ? I know this may be a stupid question, but I am new to this!


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8/7/2006 12:51:19 PM

 
Kerry L. Walker   Nicole, I suspect this photo is as much a product of the graphic artist as it is of the photographer. Her skin looks too plastic to be real. Maybe I'm wron and her skin tone is that perfect but I seriously doubt it.

Sipho, yep I'm married but I'm not dead yet! Wait, no, yes, there is a faint pulse in my neck. Don't know what it's doing 'cause there ain't nothing living up there!


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8/7/2006 1:24:33 PM

 
Nicole P. Small   Thank you Kerry!


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8/7/2006 5:08:50 PM

 
Kenneth  Rivera   Hi this is my first posting here.

I belive that phot went through photoshop before making it here. the skin just doesnt look real like somebody else said. but I have a question.

how can I take a picture and having those color. I mean look at the sky, on the top of the picture it is a "rich" and nice blue and as you look down is get lighter. will a circular polarizing filter do that?


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8/7/2006 8:04:15 PM

 
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