Some cool Woman Tattoos photos:

Zara
Woman Tattoos

Image by Lies Thru a Lens 
Model – Zara
Year Taken – October 2013
Camera – Nikon D800e
Lens – Nikon 85mm f.1.4G
Place – Studio

Zara

Tonight, well this afternoon, I had a very short shoot with the beautiful Zara. We only got about 30 minutes or so to grab a handful of images, so we did the majority of it with a single light. I got about 50 photos in total, and there are some genuine gems in amongst them.

Most models are stunning, in their own way, but Zara is slightly diverse. She is straight out of the box, no modest print, no terms and situations, WOW! There is no transformation period, no give me ten minutes, she basically turned up looking specifically as she did in these images (even though swap the lack of a bra with jogging bottoms and a t-shirt.

She is studying to be a nurse and will be joining the Navy as soon as her study is full – this, Im practically certain, will see the largest rise in the British casualty figures considering that the Somme. She is a lovely girl, enjoyable to work with and a wonderful laugh, and Im confident, if I had far more time with her, I could capture one thing genuinely stunning.

Lighting

A simple beauty dish on a big pole positioned directly above her head.

Ellie-Rose – Discover #221
Woman Tattoos

Image by Lies Thru a Lens 
Model – Ellie-Rose
Year Taken – 2010
Camera – Nikon D700
Lens – Nikon 70-200mm f/two.8G VRII
Place – Property

Ellie

Ellie was 19 years old at the time of this shoot, and in the running for Miss UK Earth. She is really tall, particularly in heels and has the posture of a would-be supermodel. She has a way of searching into the camera as if she is searching at you, and the thoughts and feelings inside her come right to the surface quickly. I dont feel I could have picked any individual better to begin my model photography journey with, and we remain pals to this day.
This was my initial of 3 shoots with her over a three month period, and by far the ideal photos came from it. To be truthful, it was my 1st actual photo shoot with an actual model, as oppose to somebody who just wanted a handful of photographs taken. We were joined for the day with Mark, a buddy of Ellies who also wanted some photos taken. He was a beautiful guy and it was his first proper photo shoot as well. The 3 of us spent literally all day together, interspersing photographs with coffee breaks and eventually wound issues up around 8pm.

Lighting

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

Processing

Most of the photos have been edited with nothing far more than Photoshop CS4. I tried to give the pictures a slightly warm tone by boosting the saturation in the yellow and red channels, while playing with the levels to get a slightly higher-essential feel to them. Back in these days, I was obsessed with higher-crucial and think it was my way of disguising what were fairly ordinary pictures .

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Emma
Woman Tattoos

Image by Lies Thru a Lens 
Model – Emma
Year Taken – 2013
Camera – Nikon D800e
Lens – Nikon 85mm f/1.4G
Place – Studio

Emma

Meet Emma. She is half Indian, quarter Pakistani, and absolutely breathtaking. She is possibly, to my thoughts, the most stunning model I have worked with and taking portraits of her was completely wonderful.

We spent all day together, working on some intense portraits, some candid boudoir and lingerie photos and a tiny bit of style. I believe she has an enchanting aura about her and I cant wait to edit more photographs :).

Lighting

This lighting setup is really simple, with a single softbox illuminating her from the left of me. The backdrop was a brick wall and the light is turned up fairly higher and set back a fair way, so the light spreads onto the wall and blows out the texture. Due to the position of the light, just to my left, there is no need for a fill light to lift the shadows from the proper side of her face, as the light spills proper across her.

Processing

I employed Lightroom four for the majority of the photos of Emma, wanting to have as little distraction from her as attainable. I kept the editing to a minimum and produced confident that all I did was slightly boost the contrast and sharpen her eyes a tiny.

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