#5 on Explore :) Jucélia - Ilha de Luanda

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An umbrella with a diffuser left with a canon 580ex ii at 1/4 power.

ángel mateo, Βrandon, gycingeniero, and 253 other people added this photo to their favorites.

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  1. careful ocean [deleted] 90 months ago | reply

    Beautiful subject, nice shot!!

  2. Tumbling Sky Imagery 90 months ago | reply

    very good lighting and background. sweet bokeh. lovely portrait

  3. fatifid 90 months ago | reply

    Strikingly beautiful image!!!

  4. Trajan/beginner 90 months ago | reply

    stunning capture of real beauty

  5. Massimo De Dominicis 90 months ago | reply

    Questa fotografia è stata nominata/This photo has been nominated LA PERLA NERA DI QUESTA SETTIMANA / THE BLACK PEARL OF THIS WEEk

    Un'altra perla nera! / Another black pearl! - View this group's most interesting photos on Flickriver

  6. ybiberman 90 months ago | reply

    Grazie! Ho visto la tua foto nel gruppo.... Un'altra perla nera! / Another black pearl! Un'altra perla nera! / Another black pearl! - View this group's most interesting photos on Flickriver

  7. Zulfiqar Ali Soomro 88 months ago | reply

    nice & clean capture......good job...

  8. dnileriver2 88 months ago | reply

    This is wonderful, love the bokeh behind her beauty !

  9. combraille 87 months ago | reply

    superbe photo, bravo.

  10. M~Fab 85 months ago | reply

    Very nice model and fantastic lighting and tone

  11. Evan MacPhail Photography 74 months ago | reply

    Beautiful model. Great exposure and bokeh.

  12. ericrstoner 60 months ago | reply

    Stunning beauty . . . sparkling bright composition.

  13. BELZ'S WORLD 39 months ago | reply

    A truly excellent portrait.

  14. CASSIDY PHOTOGRAPHY 39 months ago | reply

    If I may offer an opinion . . . Note your ISO is 400, which could lead to noise and hot pixels . . . Why not bump the Flash power up to ½ or higher to allow 100 ISO and maybe fill-in the shadows in her hair and under her right hand? If an image is not blown out and the histogram is leaning right, it is easier to fix a slightly over-exposed image than bump up an under-exposed image to reveal lost detail in shadows.

    Nice photo, though.

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