Some cool Woman Tattoos photos:

Elizabeth
Woman Tattoos

Image by Lies Thru a Lens 
Ok, so I lied. Final one, I guarantee :).

Model – Elizabeth
Year Taken – April 2013
Camera – Nikon D800e
Lens – Nikon 85mm f/1.4G
Place – Studio

Elizabeth

Do you know that its actually possible to function with somebody as well fairly? This is Elizabeth and when I met her nowadays, I was particular that I wouldnt get a single shot that was as pretty as she truly is. She is 19 years old and has such natural beauty that she comes pre-Photoshopped and in all honesty, it makes life harder! Some models you look at and you know what will suit them, what wont, and you function to that. You hide their flaws, you emphasise their beauty and you bring out the greatest of them and afterwards, you can look back and really feel proud of yourself. With Elizabeth, it doesnt matter what angle you shoot, what f-stop, what lighting – she looks best, and I dont like that :). The other annoying thing to think about is she isnt even a model, she is a make-up artist!!!

Ellie-Rose
Woman Tattoos

Image by Lies Thru a Lens 
Model – Ellie-Rose
Year Taken – 2010
Camera – Nikon D700
Lens – Nikon 50mm f/1.4G
Place – House

Ellie

Ellie was 19 years old at the time of this shoot, and in the running for Miss UK Earth. She is really tall, specially in heels and has the posture of a would-be supermodel. She has a way of looking into the camera as if she is seeking at you, and the thoughts and feelings inside her come appropriate to the surface instantly. I dont consider I could have picked anyone much better to start off my model photography journey with, and we remain buddies to this day.
This was my very first of three shoots with her more than a 3 month period, and by far the best photos came from it. To be truthful, it was my 1st real photo shoot with an actual model, as oppose to a person who just wanted a few images taken. We have been joined for the day with Mark, a buddy of Ellies who also wanted some photos taken. He was a lovely guy and it was his initial appropriate photo shoot also. The three of us spent actually all day together, interspersing photographs with coffee breaks and eventually wound things up about 8pm.

Lighting

I didn’t have any lighting at this time, so all photographs with Ellie had been taken with nothing a lot more than an onboard camera flash and natural light. The backdrop was either the front room wall or the bedroom!

I wanted to get a actual strong bokeh in this image, so I shot it at f/1.4. I wanted to make sure that the only factor in concentrate was her eyes, as they look to dominate the image.

Processing

Most of the pictures had been edited with nothing much more than Photoshop CS4. I attempted to give the photos a slightly warm tone by boosting the saturation in the yellow and red channels, whilst playing with the levels to get a slightly high-key feel to them. Back in these days, I was obsessed with higher-important and feel it was my way of disguising what had been reasonably ordinary photos .

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