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    Midian258
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    In my opinion all white backgrounds are usually unflattering and make a lady look a bit pasty. All black background accentuate a models appearance much better. Just my opinion.

    #27174

    Sablesword
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    Funny, I have the opposite opinion. I find that dark backgrounds make light-skinned models look a bit pasty and cause dark-skinned models to fade into the background. Whereas light or white backgrounds make models of all complexions look good.

    #27175

    wrapturist
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    I tend to like the light-colored backgrounds the best, although for me it’s more a question of how much visual information is in the shot than any sense of how the lighting is affecting the model’s skin color. If the background is black, and I can’t see all the contours of the model’s shape because the less lit areas of her figure have disappeared into the shadows, I generally find the photo less interesting. If, however, the fill light in a black-backgrounded set is sufficient to reveal the edges of her form (I am thinking of many wonderful Jasmine Sinclair sets) then I am happy.

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    Midian258
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    Interesting, each to their own.

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