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Beauty Garden III


Hi folks,

Carrying on from posting some sample published magazine work of ours.

This shoot was put together with the help of our amazing fantastic creative team credited below. Without the help of these awesome guys and of course the amazing models, we would not have been able to pull this shoot off.

Colures Magazine is now on sale at your nearest newsagent or via their website at www.coluresmagazine.com

Please enjoy

Model - Laura & Gemma Barfi
Hair Stylist: Arno Style
Hair Stylist Assistant: Julab
Makeup: Chivonne & Marcella
Shoot Director: Sarah Terry
Face Art - Sarah Terry
Venue - Studio


We definitely are still Suby & Sinem - Creative Photographers

"Ars Longa, Vita Brevis"


Beauty Garden III


Hi folks,

Carrying on from posting some sample published magazine work of ours.

This shoot was put together with the help of our amazing fantastic creative team credited below. Without the help of these awesome guys and of course the amazing models, we would not have been able to pull this shoot off.

Colures Magazine is now on sale at your nearest newsagent or via their website at www.coluresmagazine.com

Please enjoy

Model - Laura & Gemma Barfi
Hair Stylist: Arno Style
Hair Stylist Assistant: Julab
Makeup: Chivonne & Marcella
Shoot Director: Sarah Terry
Face Art - Sarah Terry
Venue - Studio


We definitely are still Suby & Sinem - Creative Photographers

"Ars Longa, Vita Brevis"


comments (7)

gorgeous suby...i love the detail..it's fabulous smile
i have a new kitty photo for you to see by the way smile
hope all is well ...
I think I am guilty of double standards. I find good and bad things on images depending on the photog and comment quite differently, but today gloves off smile

I like the idea, but the PP falls short for me. The skintones kinda off in texture, it is like I see a while layer over the skin, I think you need to boost the contrast a bit to give the skin and especially the makeup a pop. Also I see hallows around your subjects, it looks like you tried to remove the softnening effect from the background but in the process created hallows around the edges of the skin. In this case, when working with edges, I reduce the flow and opacity of my brush, I must admit I don't always get it right though.
lastly, the lady on the right appears a bit flat to me. I like to add some highlights on the forehead or cheeks just like the lady on the left. Sometimes the highlights may appear as blown out spots but it adds dimension to shots like these, so for me I leave them there when when I can. In summary, it the use of shadows and highlights to create form will enhance this image.

PS: I use the word "I" because most suggestions above work for me very well, you may not like and you may just like.
the styling and make up: sublime!

please tell me you all got well paid for this
  • trublu
  • United States
  • 20 Aug 2008, 16:06
great shot. nice colors.
  • bob bionic
  • Great Britain (UK)
  • 21 Aug 2008, 09:59
very lovely photo guys! Loving the colours grin
  • Ada
  • United States
  • 22 Aug 2008, 02:53
love it........
  • Stan
  • United Kingdom
  • 22 Aug 2008, 07:03
Lighting, yada yada is top notch but I need to see more of the scene to give it meaning. As it stands they are both looking out the frame but we're left in the dark as to what they might be looking at.

If they're not looking at anything but simply have their eyes closed then the body language to me doesn't seem to warrant that....

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