Natalya by Ann Nevreva
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Natalya

August 28, 2015
105mm · f/2.8 · 1/250s · ISO 400
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Daniel O'Driscoll's picture

captivating eye contact, beautiful use of toning, my favourite image of the ones you've posted thus far Ann. Looking forward to seeing much more of your work.

Sing Pun's picture

Really nice!

Karl-Filip Karlsson's picture

Love it! f/2.8 and still look you have more DOF and that! :)

Patrick Shipstad's picture

This is just perfect.. bravo!!!!

I love the saturated background and deep, rich colors.
All natural light?

Do you have a link or video where you describe a bit of the processing techniques used?

Carlos Andres Duenas's picture

This is a gorgeous shot!

dnjimage dnj's picture

love the bokeh!

Mike Hilton's picture

Excellent work. Very well done.

Alain Claveau's picture

Mesmerizing.

Dave Kavanagh's picture

Everything about that portrait is perfect.

Michael Jewels's picture

This is a perfect portrait! It cannot be improved! Congratulations.
Mike

I’ve now come back and looked at this photo on three separate visits to the site, I love it!

Brenden King's picture

Are you shooting with that new petzl 58 lens? Love the swirly bokeh. Absolutley awesome photo.

Pete Laakso's picture

Just perfect :)

Jeffrey Govender's picture

magic.......

Crazy awesome bokeh!

Brandon Adam's picture

Gorgeous shot. That bokeh <3

Mike Smith's picture

Lovely autumnal colours against the dark clothes and beautiful light on the face - exceptional shot...

Francis Cheng's picture

Just gorgeous! Love the bokeh. Was a Lomography Petzval lens used?

Anonymous's picture

All her portraits are shot at f/2.8 and 105mm. I'm guessing it's a Sigma or Nikon macro lens. Having said that, I would REALLY like to know how she got that bokeh.

WOW! Amazing work! Love your style!

Kye Abraham's picture

I don't know. This portrait is just so perfect. It's absolutely amazing. Wow

Brian Mulkey's picture

Stunning, mesmerizing image rendering life in that ultimate focal point. I can't stop looking.

red cat's picture

swirly bokeh, must be a Russian lens, am I right ?

Ann Nevreva's picture

No, it's Nikkor 105mm Micro lens)

Garry Pollard's picture

Every ounce of effort well spent,love it!

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