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    Model shoot - the more mature lady

    Model shoot - the more mature lady
    My wife has been modelling 1940's style beachwear for a UK retailer (Monaco Beach) and we have recently completed a photo shoot locally that we finished off in Brighton.

    The weather was dull, overcast, windy with occasional drizzle but we still managed to grab some photos and once again the D500 delivered.

    These are obviously small JPEGs from the original Raw images that look really good.

    I am really happy with the D500 and even though I purchased it for sport/airshow work it has proved itself very capable at all photo opportunities.

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    Re: Model shoot - the more mature lady

    Your wife is a lovely model and is so elegant! Decades ago models were after the Twiggy look which is so unrealistic and unhealthy. Nice set of photos!
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    Re: Model shoot - the more mature lady

    Thank you Cindy,

    She is great to work with (well I would say that) and requires very little direction.

    The beachwear line works well on the older model and promotes it to a wider audience.

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    Re: Model shoot - the more mature lady

    Model shoot - the more mature lady
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    All are great, but this one could be a BBC murder mystery series all by itself -- excellent model and capture
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