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Old 04-28-2018   #1
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So I was hired to do some senior photos of a co-workers daughter. here are some of the shots I did.


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Old 04-29-2018   #2
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Overall the images look nice.

I like the first one, and I like the B&W treatment as well. The second image could have been nice, but either the focus was misplaced or there was some camera movement. The blur is too much. In images 3 and 6, for me the flash is too harsh and contrasty. Some people like that however.

For me, 4 and 5 are the winners in this bunch.
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Old 09-03-2018   #3
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To be honest, few of these look sharp to me. On number 5, her face is soft. The part in focus is the tree trunk to the left of center and her right leg and foot in front of it. You can fix some lighting issues and composition if you shoot loose enough but there's nothing you can do to fix missed focus. The best one by far is #4, although on that one, the composition is a little off. #1 is a nice shot.


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