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La pequeña gata Katrina es la hermanita de Thrall... Parece que no se llevan muy bien... Será que Thrall está celoso...???!!!
Wheel wells are visible again, and bathtub rings decorate the sides of the white car.
What you can't see? Millions of mosquito larvae boiling just below the surface.
A revisited image taken during a studio evening at a local camera club sometime in 2015 to create a dark portrait using PS Lightroom.
Thanks forTexture blue No 57 by Elné
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Model: Katrina MM#1040109
Photography: Myself and Quan
I've had this picture in my photo archives for a few years, and decided to release it now for the 10th anniversary of Hurricane Katrina. Seven years after that devastating disaster, we traveled to New Orleans. We did a swamp tour on the Old Pearl River and Richardson Bayou, and passed this shipwreck as the tour concluded. The guide explained to us the boat was moved 40 miles from New Orleans to this spot. This shipwreck is not unique. After Katrina, both the New Orleans and Louisiana governments attempted to contact the owners of this and other lost property that had been located. They left the property where it was for the cases where they couldn't identify the owner or they presumed dead. Slowly being claimed by the water, this boat is now one of Katrina's Ghosts.
Available on 500px - 500px.com/photo/119232809/katrina-s-ghost-by-jr-fotografie
Katrina is wearing a crocheted dress made by me from a pattern from Watbetty Designs. I really like this shade of pink on her.
no post process mm #802146
Nikon SB-28DX 1/2 power with (right to photographer) f9 1/160sec ISO 200
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My daughter-in-law, Katrina, is a gifted portrait photographer. One day she excitedly told me about an exposure technique she had found using backlighting to cause a high key glow on her subjects. On Tuesday morning I was at Ding Darling NWR on Sanibel Island, Florida. I drove through the entire park and all was very quiet. It seems migration is very early this year. After the official park exit there is still one spot that I was hopeful I might find a bird hunting in the water. Instead I found this Great Egret perched on a snag on the bad side of the sun. But I positioned myself so that the sun would hit the bird at about a 66 degree angle from behind and noticed when its wings were up the feathers glowed. Still it was very backlit. And then I thought about Katrina's technique. I exposed as she had explained and am very pleased with the result. So thank you to Katrina for helping me to shed light on this beautiful Egret. February 28, 2017
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pic from a freind, chalmette La
I've been trying to find a way to show off kats pigtails without just being a photo of the back of her head cause, seriously, HOW interesting is that? Eve as her mother, i can admit - not very.
Then it struck me as i was brushing her hair this morning. she always insists at looking in the mirror or playing with the bandaids from behind the mirror. i let her cause it keeps her distracted (almost) long enough to finish.
Of course, bad timing on my part had her face bisected by the mirror itself since it isn't a solid piece but actually two doors.
Nothing to worry about. almost 2 hours in photoshop, and the VERY visible line of where the mirror doors overlap is gone and her face and shirt are fixed. :)
Read my blog for more info about the Stranded photo shoot.
Katrina Chavez allowed me to practice some more "strobist" stuff. This pic was shot at dusk using two Speedlights. So it was still windy and had to catch my speedlight with the umbrella several times, while her hair kept getting blown. Wind in Bakersfield? Come on!!!
SB-900 Camera Left 45 degrees, 6 feet high 1/4 CTO Gel shot thru umbrella
SB-600 Camera Right 90 degrees - Camera level (need to buy a Snoot)
Camera - Commander Mode with Flash turned off
Brought to the front of my stream because I met Katrina, and her husband, and their beautiful daughter this afternoon. She is as lovely as ever, and very happy and busy! Stems has morphed into a café now, she tells me..it's directly opposite the Traverse theatre. , near the Usher Hall too.
PS Katrina's baby girl has the most beautiful cornflower blue eyes I have ever seen.
Katrina has a new hairstyle and is wearing a pretty new sundress by Haute Poppet on Etsy. I love her new look!
New body for mesh heads!
Things you should know.
°This shape are thinking to use with a *mesh body* and MESH HEAD
°You have an unique face in SL, if you wanna try to change your <> body, PLEASE, first make a copy.
°Nobody likes "face lights" (Believe me) , for a better look use or in WindLight options
°Great! But I have 2 versions of shape. One of them is slim version, the other for curve girls.
My first shoot with Katrina was rather wonderful, though I think we got more carried away with conversation than with the shoot.
this was shot with the Anniversary Speed Graphic and Aero Ektar, on roll film.
First edit using CS5... cant wait to start shooting some new work.
Hair and make up by the amazing Tracy Kane. Wardrobe and styling: Katrina & Me.
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