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    Hey guys,

    2 nights ago, while my wife was surfing the www, I had this that this image could represent for many of us the contemporary lonely nights, and I tried to represent this idea in this image.
    The display light from the computer projected on the drapes create an "aura" that highlighted the moment.

    What do you think ?
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    Or I can go with surreal effect, but I don't like the way LR2 exported :(
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    I love that B&W ... great idea and well done!!

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    Very good shot - the B & W is for me the better one too!

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    Wow ! I'm happy that you liked the idea.
    Thank you !
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    It's a really good shot Robert. I love the harsh light on her face (she's pretty) and also the way it falls away into a vignette. The curtain makes it looks homey and cosy. The face is sharp and there's a sparkle in her eye. Again ... really nice shot ... one of the best I've seen of yours I think.

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    Very well done shot and cool concept, Lovin. Your wife has really nice facial features that make for interesting photos. You should convince her to model for you more.

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    I like that too.. (and here I've watched too many horror movies..I expect somthing to pop out).
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    Thank you JAS, and Kat OMG now I'm looking at the picture with different eyes ) Like something should happen any second )
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    Ha ha. I feel a reshoot with a man behind the curtain staring on.. :P
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