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Submitted on March 20, 2012

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Comments:

Baher Amin

well its show that the photos are fixed on each other.
why:
1) the shadow of the model is not there and you need to add it.
2) the angles are different in both photos so I think its better and easier to take the photo direct at the place.

you have the ideas and vision and wish you the best.

Posted 7 years ago   

Andrew  

Hi Baher,
please read my "Key features" regarding to this shot in additional notes and please see my BTS video from shooting: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mFZV7LWvu0I
Photo was take directly on place.
Regards Ondrej

Posted 7 years ago   

Baher Amin

WOW! very interesting?
I really couldn't see it matching till I saw the video?
congrats in such vision and perspective.

Posted 6 years ago   

Andrew  

Thank you very much Baher :)

Posted 6 years ago   

Rune Luk

Very stylish, very smooth, very clean and excellent control of the lighting.

Posted 6 years ago   

1/200

f/5

ISO: 3200

Focal Length

17

Exposure Bias

0

Camera

5D

Lights Used

Natural Light
Strobe
Softbox

Category

Portrait

Additional Notes

Experimental Portrait - MY ORDINARY DAY

Model: Nikola Mikésková
Photographer: Ondřej Kramář - http://www.andrewphoto.cz
Film by: Milan Škrob - http://www.stagezoom.net

Key features:
- model in the air
- avoid deep shadows
- wide angle shot
- main object as part of scene
- preserve the scene real
- light keying (use multiple light sources)

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