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Little Toes

BetterPhoto.com Photo Contest Finalist
 
little toes
little toes
Taken with olympus c 4040zoom,outdoors, without flsh
© Judy Miss Ben Joud
 
 
 
Romen Vargas     Hi Judy,
Not sure about your title but I'll comment on the pic and say it's nicely lit and I like her pose. Do you have a shot of her in this pose but her eyes looking at the camera? I think that would look quite good too.


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6/25/2002 11:45:29 PM

 
Judy Miss Ben Joud  

Hi Romen, the entire thing is a mistake. I chose the wrong file while uploading the photo. Anyway, the title and the photo don't belong together.

As to the lighting of this one - you are not going to believe it - it was taken at a coffee shop, so there was the general light from the ceiling (bad fluorescent) plus one single candle that was on the table, and it's not in the frame.


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6/26/2002 10:49:05 AM

 
Rhonda Kramer  

Hi Judy,
I am a student photographer from Australia doing portraiture.
1. You image is beautiful
2. Not all fantastic images have to
look at camera or have to be full
frame. (I take a lot of images
heavily cropped).
3. Her expression is beautiful.
My moto is if the lighting, focus and expression is good....which your is...does it have mystique...yes....

Great Pic
I love it.
Rhonda


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7/6/2002 4:44:34 PM

 
Judy Miss Ben Joud  

Thank you v. much Rhonda & good luck with your studies


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7/6/2002 5:48:49 PM

 
Liz Rose  

Hi Judy!

This is a great photo!
Where can I see the "Little Toes" photo you intended to display?!?
You have me curious!!
Thanks, Liz


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Judy Miss Ben Joud  

Thank you Liz,and it probabbly exists somewhere in betterphoto ,but I really have no idea how to find it -sorry


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Thea CLARKE  

Hi Judy, having read some of the responses and yours in return, you are either very clever or this was a fabulous fluke.It's a lovely photo of "little toes". My question is, that under the lighting you described, and with a zoom, which the model I'm not familiar with, what settings did you use to get such a clear shot?


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1/21/2007 8:36:04 PM

 
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