Beauty ‘Made in Stanford’ 2

This morning I added some enhancements to one of the pictures I made last Saturday. See also this recent posting. Any suggestions?

Model: Natasha van der Merwe

Styling: Hair by Belinda

Accessories: Dhunga

Photography and photo processing: GreenC Productions

 

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Author: Herman van Bon Photography

" I like to explore the possibilities and limits of digital art, I just let it flow to see where it can go, sometimes the end result appears quickly, sometimes the creative process takes months and other times  the creation dies in its own beauty". 

7 thoughts on “Beauty ‘Made in Stanford’ 2”

  1. It’s a nice shot and processing. The only problem I have (also with pictures in the former posting) is what do you want to show? The nice model, the beautiful hair or the interesting accessories?

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    1. I wanted to show it all Janxxgeist. As a photographer you can hire expensive blahblahblah photo models via an agency but I prefer local sourcing. I want a model to be her/his natural self and not ‘made natural’. In our village we are also blessed with an incredible good hairdresser and I’m glad that you also noticed the jewelry (also ‘Made in Stanford’). The photo is part of a brochure with more local models and designated for the overseas market (next month there is a presentation of the jewelry in Rio de Janeiro, Brasil) and the brochure clearly states (and describes) that it’s all about the accessories. That’s the reason that the pictures on their own don’t emphasize where it’s all about. Thank you very much for your reply. It’s very much appreciated! 🙂

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