Suby & Sins House

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Suby In the house.

Okay it's getting harder to blog as the D-Day approaches, soo much to do, so little time. Sorry folks, Sinem is too busy to post anytthing tonight, so I am once again deputizing for her :)

Thanks all for your comments yesterday on my Duck post and all for the "get well" soon. Feeling much better now.

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This is "E" a friend I shot over the weekend, she was kind enough give me 2 hours of her time modelling for me.  I got some wonderful stonking shots and this was just a test shoot to see how much the camra would love her. As you can see, it loves her a hell of a lot.  You may see more images of her over the coming weeks.

I have noticed since I am using Picassa it's not exporting my EXIF data, darn to lazy to input the information in by hand, so you guys have to make do with that wonderful camera & details called "unknown" :)

Processing: This shot has been slightly edited in Picassa. Converted to monochrome and a little glow added  (or did I just hit "I'm feeling lucky"?) THATS ALL.

Words and photography by Suby

"Ars longa, vita brevis"

"E"

Suby In the house.

Okay it's getting harder to blog as the D-Day approaches, soo much to do, so little time. Sorry folks, Sinem is too busy to post anytthing tonight, so I am once again deputizing for her :)

Thanks all for your comments yesterday on my Duck post and all for the "get well" soon. Feeling much better now.

E

This is "E" a friend I shot over the weekend, she was kind enough give me 2 hours of her time modelling for me.  I got some wonderful stonking shots and this was just a test shoot to see how much the camra would love her. As you can see, it loves her a hell of a lot.  You may see more images of her over the coming weeks.

I have noticed since I am using Picassa it's not exporting my EXIF data, darn to lazy to input the information in by hand, so you guys have to make do with that wonderful camera & details called "unknown" :)

Processing: This shot has been slightly edited in Picassa. Converted to monochrome and a little glow added  (or did I just hit "I'm feeling lucky"?) THATS ALL.

Words and photography by Suby

"Ars longa, vita brevis"

comments (36)

  • Reza
  • United States
  • 4 May 2006, 00:36
Wow, she is pretty.
This is a nice photo of a nice girl. B&W adds more to the photo. Nice touch.
Nice full length portrait.
liking the pose. nice one.
glad to know ur starting to feel better. and who says u should continue blogging on a daily basis? take care of urself and sinem ok.
Nice potrait, good contrast and shadow.
  • Sidney
  • Philippines
  • 4 May 2006, 01:36
Nice pose, nice girl, nice picture, nice everything!
Job well done Suby! But was it really a job?
  • tore
  • Japan
  • 4 May 2006, 01:41
Beautiful, beautiful portrait. The light is fantastic. Well done!
  • Laurie
  • United States
  • 4 May 2006, 02:06
Lovely portrait of a lovely young woman.
She looks beautiful - great photo really captures a part of her personality - which is ahrd to do while someone is posing for you - they always seems to clam up -
  • Fraser
  • United States
  • 4 May 2006, 04:02
What a wonderful opportunity and such a beautiful model. A really powerful photograph. Picasa is great for the price and it is seductively easy.
  • Azhar
  • India
  • 4 May 2006, 04:32
Beautiful shot - very unique modelling shot - Great great shot - just lovely smile Hey Suby thanks for your works of wisdom on my blog - taught me something.Thanks smile
Beautiful, clear, portrait
Beautiful girl, beautiful portait. The shadows are a little too strong though
  • sk
  • Smallville
  • 4 May 2006, 08:22
nice shot Mr Suby
  • bruno
  • FROM COFFEE-LAND
  • 4 May 2006, 08:53
she is so cute, i wonder, can you take a shot of her when she drinking coffee? it will be great! smile i miss your coffee shots smile
She definitely is a glowing girl! Good shot.
Nice shot, this one is very well composed and executed. Crisp where is needs to be and tapering off elsewhere therefore not distracting. The lighting is also very good and emphasised by the choice of B&W.
  • micki
  • 4 May 2006, 10:51
She is beautiful and this is a wonderful portrait! I love, love the shoes!
Not bad suby, not bad at all.
Suby & Sinem: One day I will get a "fantastic" from the ever increasingly monosyllabic Alakija smile
  • digitalmike
  • Virginia Colony ,Americas
  • 4 May 2006, 12:26
You are lucky man. That's one lovely model. I love Picasa. One thing I haven't figured out thougt, and maybe you know....when you export a file you have processed, if you go with the original size, and highest quality, what is the resolution? My printing lab wants 300, but I'm not sure what the exported files are.
Nice B&W suby
Suby & Sinem: Thanks Sola, now be afriaid, just about to post my comments on your pic. Wanted other viewers to get in 1st before I siad my piece smile
Suby
  • Chantal
  • Netherlands
  • 4 May 2006, 12:56
Intens look she has.

My site is temporarily offline due to providerproblems.... come back later!
Suby & Sinem: Yeah was wondering what was going on. Defect girl to Shutterchance smile
  • chunter
  • Salisbury, Wiltshire. UK
  • 4 May 2006, 13:38
"Friends, Romans, Suby - lend me your models."

Despite the scrappy background with its myriad shadows, steps, white blobs and so on, this stands out. But you could tidy up the myriad shadows, steps, white blobs and so on and make it even better!
Suby & Sinem: Colin, trust you to notice it all. Okay reason I did not tidy up the myriad shadows, steps, white blobs, is cause the theme is "can I live with just the barest of editing/CS2?" The image is supposed to say "yes I can". Suby
P.s
Where is your image for today bro?
Wonderful, she or you made her look stunning. Nice work.
Suby & Sinem: Thanks Aaron, alas my job was already done for me by the big guy up there smile Suby
  • Veloran
  • Singapore
  • 4 May 2006, 14:26
She does look good in front of the camera, and you've captured her very well, the lighting on her is good too. But, picking up from Colin's comments, this shouldn't really be a photoshop issue. Your model, or you, could have been standing somewhere else to avoid that background. Shadows and light blobs are one thing, but you even managed to include a slice of something solid in the top left which I presume is part of a car.
Suby & Sinem: Yup it's a car, I actually positioned here there on purpose. Liked the car being in the backdrop of the shot and loved the way it cast a shodow. So why did I leave it in? (after all you can crop in Picassa). I wanted to display the image with the least amount of editing. That is the beauty of photography. I like trying my best to get it right 1st time, not shoot knowing I could always correct in CS2. So for this shot, I wanted to keep the "cheating" as some say to the minimum. smile Suby
  • incubu
  • Great Britain (UK)
  • 4 May 2006, 14:30
WOHHHHHHHOOOOO!!!!
Suby & Sinem: Guess thats for the model. Well keep your hat on, there is a lot more wohhhhhhoooooo ones where this came from. Trust me. So keep coming back, you may see it in the next few dayssmile Suby
  • clarence
  • United States
  • 4 May 2006, 14:57
Lovely portrait of a beautiful girl! The monochrome processing worked well, even if you just hit 'Feeling lucky' !
Suby & Sinem: Thanks Clarence, guess it's also helped that I had such a photogenic model. smile
  • attah
  • Europe
  • 4 May 2006, 17:16
She is stunning. The shadows add a lot to the shot. All in all it adds up to a sort "you can look but you can't touch" sort of photo. nice one subster
A stunning subject and nicely photographed...in the immortal words of Suby...I Likey! :o)
oh boy, she's so cute! lovely portrait...
  • nkx
  • Great Britain (UK)
  • 4 May 2006, 19:40
Great portrait. The camera loves her
  • Seth
  • United States
  • 4 May 2006, 20:39
Nice full portrait. Great looking model as well.
nice bw contrast...beautiful hilightsmile nice pose from her also, did u tell her to pose or she did herself?...composition and angle from her figure really great heresmile
Lovely portrait. Wonderful.
  • John
  • UK
  • 4 May 2006, 23:47
Good shot, very nice B&W tones
  • Ana
  • United States
  • 5 May 2006, 15:56
She's stunning. Great work!
  • Alicia
  • United States
  • 5 May 2006, 17:57
She looks like a professional model. Pose, lighting, and b+w look very nice here.

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