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Old 03-22-2010   #1
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here is the lighting setup for this one..my friend holding the light because it was soooo windy
















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A bunch of winning shots here. Gorgeous model.
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WoW, she is very very nice.

Beautiful eyes.
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I really like #13 the best. However, my general impresssion of these photos is that they became more about your processing techniques than the model. If that's what you were after, then you certainly succeeded. I also don't care for all of the intentional tilting of the camera. To me, tilting the camera is not going to flatter your model in any way. All it does, in my opinion, is give the viewer an uneasy feeling.

Having said all that, I have to say you're way ahead of me in terms of equipment and general technique. You have access to some great backgrounds too. Even though these are very professional looking images, there are several elements of your style that just leave me cold. My opinion only.
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Interested in hearing your processing for #2
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I thought all of these were great, but my favorite was #15. That one seems to exude personality. I like that it was a closeup, very sharp, and warm colors. Thanks for sharing.
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Nicely processed and the model has lovely eyes. I'd liked some of these better had the wrists been bent back, rather than rolled forward.

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I really like #13 the best. However, my general impresssion of these photos is that they became more about your processing techniques than the model. If that's what you were after, then you certainly succeeded. I also don't care for all of the intentional tilting of the camera. To me, tilting the camera is not going to flatter your model in any way. All it does, in my opinion, is give the viewer an uneasy feeling.

Having said all that, I have to say you're way ahead of me in terms of equipment and general technique. You have access to some great backgrounds too. Even though these are very professional looking images, there are several elements of your style that just leave me cold. My opinion only.
Hey ..totally understand..this was a free shoot for her...and it truly was about trying new PP. Even i don't like how some of them came out, but you cant learn without trying lol. Thanks for the comments though.
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Interested in hearing your processing for #2

about an hour of PP lol. I messed with a lot of lighting effects (its under Filter-Render-Lighting Effects). Also just tons of trial and error. Sorry if i couldn't give you tons of info but i couldnt recreate that if i wanted to lol.
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I like a lot of the images. Poses and composition are a plus. However a few of the images, her skin tone changes too often. I don't know if you bumped up the hue/saturation or what. Some color is fine, others too much, but especially #1, she looks tywo tone to me. Very pastey.


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