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Shot of Lee from last week. Playing around with new techniques again in 2013 and loving how this one turned out. +Glyn Dewis, just found your videos recently and it's good to see another physique photographer out there! Hope you appreciate the effort that's went into this one if no one else does :-D
Not a physique shot for a change! Just a quick headshot from a session earlier. Really enjoyed processing it, especially since I had a clear picture in my mind's eye of what I wanted the finished shot to look like. Still got plenty more to work on as this was the first I looked at but I'm pleased with it!
Shot of Gary with a kettlebell. Always loved kettlebells as a prop cause they offer a dynamic look that you don't quite get with dumbbells/barbells. This probably isn't the best example of that but I was happy with the processing and the guy was in great shape which helps!
This is Gillian, Miss Northern Ireland and Miss Britain 2013. Although not every woman goes into a gym to look this muscular, some dedicate their whole lifestyle to it. The dedication has to be admired and I'm really happy with the final shot
Hope everyone had a great St. Paddy's day! It's a day off today in Ireland to recover. Unfortunately I'm not feeling well and it's not even alcohol related but I think this is a good opportunity to chill and finally decide what project to start for on the Raspberry Pi!
Just in the middle of processing a shoot and I thought I'd fire this one up because it's coming up to the holiday season and check out these lower back genetics! A combination of solid spinal erector development and great genetics will bring out the aptly named "christmas tree" :-)