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Ivan Danik  |  View Profile

Submitted on December 02, 2010

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Cindy Revell

This a well composed shot and great use of the strobe to achieve a silhouette. Well done! What software did you use to achieve this B&W effect?

Posted 4 years ago   

Jānis Lanka

Moved to "Headshot" category..

Posted 4 years ago   

Ivan Danik  

> What software did you use to achieve this B&W effect?
It's Photoshop, not shure how i did it, it was 8-9 months ago.

Posted 4 years ago   

1/125 sec.


ISO: 100

Focal Length

90 mm

Exposure Bias



Canon EOS Kiss Digital X

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