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    Belly Dancer

    A belly dancer from LA. A friend told me that I need to inject more action/energy into my shots, so I'm now working on that.

    Comments are welcome.

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    Re: Belly Dancer

    GB,

    Interesting photo but I feel there is something wrong but not my area of expertise so take this at face value.

    I think it needs to be a complete body shot and possibly at a lower shutter speed to get some movement, the material on her head looks like a fancy hat and to posed.

    Perhaps pulling back a bit and getting blurred material, arms or legs would help.

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    Re: Belly Dancer

    Thanks Roger. I agree that it would have been better if I had the whole body in. Motion a bit dicier: it depends on her speed of twist, distance from camera, zoom level, etc. on how good a shot you get. Motion can make it look so extra dimensional, but blur in the wrong spot can also ruin a shot. Alas, I will try it next time to see if can get a feel for the technicalities.

    The shot may also be a tad flat in lighting. She liked it, anyway.

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    Re: Belly Dancer

    Hi! It's very beautiful photo as a painting picture, thanks.

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    Re: Belly Dancer

    Managed and Captured picture really well.

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    Re: Belly Dancer

    Sort of rain gloves soaking wet gloves but even in rain.I get yourself some good grip but even they when it rains all weather conditions and then there comes a fourball with the MacWets www.golferexpert.com/. These are not the same "gripe" and Lamkin full cord Crossline full cord (obsolete grip on order for the rain gloves and may have a wrap shape prevent it is a tacky grip

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    Re: Belly Dancer

    Beautiful! ^_^

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    Re: Belly Dancer

    Yeah i think it looks quite good if you wanted it to look static and posed. Maybe also not to put fabric so close to her head because i agree with Roger it looks like weird hat and adds to the feeling of posed picture.

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