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Rei Ayanami: Evangelion III (Shunya Yamashita ver) by AndyWana Rei Ayanami: Evangelion III (Shunya Yamashita ver) by AndyWana
Shot on Sunday morning in the cold. A lot of respect for :iconpockami: who braved the elements for this shot. This Rei Ayanami plugsuit is a Shunya Yamashita variant.
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Calssara Apr 30, 2013  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
awesome *_______*
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AndyWana Apr 30, 2013  Professional General Artist
Thank you ^_^
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LenMomono Apr 23, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
very nice rei
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AndyWana Apr 23, 2013  Professional General Artist
Kat really fits the Rei persona well. She's very lovely to work with together too.
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AzurBlueDragon Apr 23, 2013  Hobbyist Photographer
holy...where do you live for a location like that! Great perspective, great cos, great picture!
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AndyWana Apr 23, 2013  Professional General Artist
I live in Sydney and this location is at Angel Place in Wynyard. Been meaning to pair this location with a suitable photoshoot and the opportunity came with this Evangelion shoot.
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AzurBlueDragon Apr 24, 2013  Hobbyist Photographer
I really envy you right now! :D
I just looked trough your other shoots and you most recent one, from Bioshock: I love how you composed the picture with that lightsource.

Also I like and agree with you about your newest Journal entry. I'm going trough a system change right now and I was sure I gonna build up my new system with primes. What I wasn't sure about was if 24, 35 or 50mm is the right for me. 85mm was a given for me. I think it gonna be the 24mm because of the Backround-thingy you mentioned. Time will tell...
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AndyWana Apr 24, 2013  Professional General Artist
Thank you. We were both pretty pleased with the outcome as well. The lighting was quite lovely as it was, not a lot of post processing was required. =)
With prime lenses, I say try them all. Rent one for a day and see the results that you get from it. It's the most productive and inexpensive way to test lenses out in the field. I had the 35mm and 85mm combo for a while before deciding on the 24mm. The 85mm rarely gets out to play these days but it always deliver as far as results go. I had great results in the past with the 50mm but can't really gel with it due to my shooting style.
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AzurBlueDragon Apr 26, 2013  Hobbyist Photographer
Thx for your honest reply!
I really appreciate advices that are more than "buy it, I have it, I love it, you will love it".

I'm looking forward to see more awesome pictures from you :D
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Mocca-Coffee Apr 22, 2013  Hobbyist Photographer
This is amazing, so Evangelion like with the bird cages floating above.
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