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Roxanne

Photography by Fausto Fraser
Make up and Styling by Roxanne
Photographic Assistent and Light by Patrick Krolis

Finaly I get to post my version of Roxanne after a period of trying to make a decision which one would be suitable for shutterchance. Master Chan helped me made up my mind. This was my second shoot with Patrick. Working the lights is one of his specialties and i am honored to be able to learn his tricks of the trade as he said so. Thanks bro!
And Roxanne is amazing to work with. I got to shoot her at many different angles which shows the variations of the photographic eye.

This week i will post an artistic photoshop job of this series.

For those who don't know the story behind Roxanne and wish to see another version, feel free to pay a visit at  http://bodynsoul.shutterchance.com/photoblog/Roxanne_/


Roxanne

Photography by Fausto Fraser
Make up and Styling by Roxanne
Photographic Assistent and Light by Patrick Krolis

Finaly I get to post my version of Roxanne after a period of trying to make a decision which one would be suitable for shutterchance. Master Chan helped me made up my mind. This was my second shoot with Patrick. Working the lights is one of his specialties and i am honored to be able to learn his tricks of the trade as he said so. Thanks bro!
And Roxanne is amazing to work with. I got to shoot her at many different angles which shows the variations of the photographic eye.

This week i will post an artistic photoshop job of this series.

For those who don't know the story behind Roxanne and wish to see another version, feel free to pay a visit at  http://bodynsoul.shutterchance.com/photoblog/Roxanne_/


comments (6)

Nice take Bro!!
Fausto Fraser: Couldn’t have done it without you and Roxanne! Thanks man.
Cool shot, the lighting does not work for me though, not lit properly in my opinion, convert this to B&W, it might be work even better as a B&W image smile
Fausto Fraser: This was my second studioshoot and I still have much to learn on lighting indeed. For now I can’t say I already have developed my own style yet but these kind of light effects inspire me to do model photography. About the conversion to B&W. My good friend Rafael did suggest to convert it which we did. I liked the result but was to eager to post the color version smile. Stand by for the B&W version! Thanks for the comment Suby! I can’t wait to read what you think of my next image.
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  • 13 Aug 2007, 19:16
really like this, love the backlighting, very very good shot
Fausto Fraser: Thank you thank you thank you. I must say that it was because of the experienced model I could make this great shot!
Good high key shot - my personal taste would have slightly less spill from the backlighting. Mike
Fausto Fraser: Thanks Mike! You will love the B&W version. The backlighting has a great effect on the whole scene! You already know by now that I also like B&W pictures so stand by for the beewee’s.!
Very well done a wonderful picture and a very nice model !
Fausto Fraser: Having some time to discover the features of SC i discovered that I didn't reply on all my comments. I guess better to late then never! Thanks for this compliment Zeb! I couldn't have done it without this great model and Patrick as my mentor.
Nice shot. Patrick's light is terrific. I love the pose and composition.
Fausto Fraser: Thanks for the comment Micheal. With Patricks light, a easygoing "she knows what she's doing model" it was a blast of a shoot!

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