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Thanks all! For you, here are the most Popular Pictures you dig from my stream. Thanks again!

All Photos copyright Trey Ratcliff. All rights reserved. Photography blog at www.StuckInCustoms.com

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  1. WAPPY AL 99 months ago | reply

    pretty girl.

  2. digicla 99 months ago | reply

    What a beautiful DNA-sequence.

  3. tom.k 99 months ago | reply

    Beautiful portrait.

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  4. Quearte 99 months ago | reply

    Guapisimas.

  5. you dont know me 99 months ago | reply

    \o/ for friends who take great portraits!

    I especially dig the "Opposites Attractive" photo. I think she looks a lot like Claire from Lost in that one.

    Btw, look at you, being all clever with the title and everything. :-)

  6. Giandomenico Ricci 99 months ago | reply

    the tapering of the DOF is one enough good reason to appreciate this photo... ok ok like also the girl portrait :)

  7. Jocko B. 99 months ago | reply

    Good portrait. And interesting model. The blowing strands of hair add just the right touch.

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  8. stellalee523 99 months ago | reply

    Great smile and colors!

  9. Bonkiky 99 months ago | reply

    what beautiful eyes

  10. flyingdutchee 99 months ago | reply

    Such an incredible portrait shot! She just pops out of the photo and almost seem to step out of my computerscreen. Amazing photography!

  11. .Samuel. 99 months ago | reply

    Trey, you're great at capturing emotion (and color) in the eyes. what f-stop is this at?

  12. Stuck in Customs 99 months ago | reply

    Thanks all!

    Here is the EXIF:

    Camera: Nikon D2Xs
    Exposure: 0.003 sec (1/320)
    Aperture: f/8.5
    Focal Length: 60 mm
    ISO Speed: 250
    Exposure Bias: 0 EV

    Orientation: Horizontal (normal)
    X-Resolution: 72 dpi
    Y-Resolution: 72 dpi
    Software: Adobe Photoshop CS2 Macintosh
    Date and Time: 2006:10:14 08:28:53
    White Point Chromaticity: 313/1000
    Primary Chromaticities: 16/25
    Exposure Program: Normal
    Date and Time (Original): 2006:08:25 11:19:19
    Date and Time (Digitized): 2006:08:25 11:19:19
    Compressed Bits per Pixel: 4 bits
    Maximum Lens Aperture: 47/10
    Metering Mode: Pattern
    Sub-Second Time: 62
    Sub-Second Time (Original): 62
    Sub-Second Time (Digitized): 62
    Color Space: Uncalibrated
    Sensing Method: One-chip colour area sensor
    Digital Zoom Ratio: 1/1
    Focal Length In 35mm Film: 90
    Contrast: Soft
    Tag::EXIF::0xA500: 11/5
    Compression: JPEG
    Image Width: 4288 pixels
    Image Height: 2848 pixels

  13. utp. [deleted] 99 months ago | reply

    I don't think I'll ever understand aperture with digital. f/8 on my AE-1 would have a lot broader depth of field than this, which looks like what my camera would produce around f/4, even closer to f/2.8. Even with such distance between subject and background, f/8 wouldn't be so blurred out.

    Not that any of that matters. The dof here is great, whatever the f/stop. Still a great portrait.

  14. Bruna Marchioro 99 months ago | reply

    beautiful portrait!

  15. .Samuel. 99 months ago | reply

    wow, f/8.

    thanks for the info.

  16. secretsamba 99 months ago | reply

    Dutch girls rule!

  17. Life As It Happens 99 months ago | reply

    Wow, this is one of those pics that just blows you away.

  18. Dave&L 98 months ago | reply

    Excellent portrait, nice background and a very beautiful woman.

  19. David G Photography 98 months ago | reply

    Great portrait! good dof control.

  20. katijakoff [deleted] 47 months ago | reply

    Walking bottle and flasks,
    Plenty coloured and stained,
    Times-tables bis Eins to Zwloff,
    Numbers piling high in levels.

    Striding proud glass containers,
    Lots dyed and marked,
    They multiplied to grow so many,
    Numbers piling high in levels.

    Drinks poured from crystal pails,
    Vomits spread for drained lives,
    Spew rivers splashed of piss,
    Numbers piling high in levels.

    Tastes encase in sparkler hallow receptacles,
    Encased death to sanity of thoughts,
    Ejected stomach innards in paths many,
    Numbers piling high in levels.

    Enjoyed moments in ducts of solid gems,
    Thoughts sealed in flashing ticks,
    Times-tables again counting age,
    Numbers piling high in levels.

    Walking bottle and flasks,
    Plenty coloured and stained,
    Times-tables bis Eins to Zwloff,
    Numbers piling high in levels.

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