Kylie! [FULL SET - 12 pics]

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  1. ya3

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    Shot with a vintage Pentacon 135mm f/2.8 and 50mm f/1.8.

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  2. ][ XpLoiT ][

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    love ur style mate really nice really love the look! :) person bitch is number 2, i dont like the twig cutting her in 1/2. i see what u are diong :p :p but nah in my opinion.

    please transport pp skills to me now kthanxbai.
     
  3. nisstrust

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    mate you have some real talent, keep it up and raise it another bar..
    Really like the PP throughout the entire series, composition, dof, and posing.
    well done :thumbup:
    enter it in some comps and win some awards..
     
  4. Xplora

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    Reminded of the Strong Bad anthem... "That skinny blonde girl... of the ages, of the ages, of the ages...." from the frat party email :D
     
  5. AmB

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    some really good shots there, great work. Great eyes on Kylie.
     
  6. Glitchlol

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    Number 5 makes you look twice!
     
  7. computer newbie

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    whoa whoa whoa whoa. slow down there stallion, i fell of my chair..

    IMO. all of those pictures are good, id have a hard time choosing one out of them all.
     
  8. McChook

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    I like the way you frame her in the shots, using the chains and the trees. The composition is perfect, you couldn't as for more...
    Very Impressive IMO
     
  9. Bashar

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    Awesome shots there :thumbup: Would you mind sharing your PP steps? Is it doable in Lightroom or was it more involved, requiring photoshop?
    Thanks
     
  10. AmB

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    great website too Yakub !!
     
  11. pop4

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    Nice shots and I agree, the processing is great. Not entirely sure if #9 really fits into the series, and the swing shots are also really good.:thumbup::thumbup:

    I'm curious too. Sharing is caring:tongue:
     
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    Thanks, people :)

    Um... Well, my usual Lightroom processing + lots of brushing and layering in Phootshop :)
     
  13. JuzIE

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    Yet again some great shots of a really priity gal :thumbup:

    I think 4,7 and 10 would look nice with a full shot, if you know what i mean :)

    p.s.. did you get my pm i sent a couple weeks back?
     
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    Oh yes, I did. I haven't got around to doing it, though... Lemme see what I can do :p
     
  15. promiscuousboy

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    Nice pictures man, she's cute!
     
  16. Alpha2k6

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    Nice cute subject and great framing. :)

    no 2 would benefit alot from not having the twigs in the way..
    im a little torn on the vintage style pp..
    on one side i kind of like, on the other side it also looks like a craptastic camera was used..
     

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