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    Senior Member Ulf Krentz's Avatar
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    Thank you for your feedback :-) @Vince, we exported tifs and did a little retouch ourselves, not a lot though. There's also a little compilation of moving images as a teaser:
    www.vimeo.com/348829677
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    Amazing work Ulf.. love it.
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    Wow - absolutely gorgeous work, seriously top-notch! Care to talk a little about how you lit these?
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    Sure, I thought the shades in the clip are quite revealing, we used gelled frames to get an even reflection in the glass. These also work as fill light for the single point source used as key light. Added some coloured gels where I felt they would fit, some just feathered the light source. As this is a plain white backdrop, coloured gels for the background light, too. All HMI plus one double 4ft kinoflow. Great work from the stylist, hair and MUA which honestly take the credit here. Glad you guys like it!
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    Great Look!
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    Amazing work Ulf. Thanks for sharing with us.
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    Brilliant work mate, thanks for sharing!
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    Stunning shots!
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    I would love more of this. The pictures are awesome!!! Love your editing style. I had a hard time understanding and editing something like that. Loving your work!
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    Waiting for more :) Very nice, sharp picture. What did you color in? I guess in redcine-x. I noticed that the pictures colored there have different colors than in, for example, Premiere Pro. Practically the same tools for work and the effect on redcine is different. Good job man ;)
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