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Old 03-10-2010   #11
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I'm seeing a little bit of a yellowish tone running through these images; especially the last. Is it me?

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Old 03-10-2010   #12
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I don't think #1 and #2 really flatter her figure well, the others are way better.
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Old 03-11-2010   #13
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I'd have liked #3 a bit more with less clothing. It seems if she's going to slink along, it should be without boots and maybe even the jeans.
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Thanks guys.

Fey, on my monitor, the shirt is all there. Nothing blown. Curious what others see. As to all the rest, you are, of course, correct.
I see everything on my uncalibrated monitor. Additionally, the brightest part of her right side is about 250, and the background adjacent is 235, so all of the detail is intact.

White on white is tough for me, I don't know how you could have done better without some color on the background.
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Thanks Dan, Oly, Hawk and Sd.

I fully understand why you object to Catherine's clothes. I've never seen her without them either.

I appreciate the comments and I'll use them next time.
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Very attractive model, I enjoyed the entire portfolio some nice shots in there.
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Thank you Tony.
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Old 03-29-2010   #18
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#2 and #4, great job!
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Very pretty model. Great poses. She loves the camera .
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Nice how youcan take one model and yet make her look different in each shot almost like different girls: nice :


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