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Girl in Wild Lupine

 
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Sep 05, 2016 11:36 |  #1

Driving around this summer, I noticed several batches of wild lupine here in New Hampshire and knew that I had to get some portraits done before they were long-gone! I don't remember them being so plentiful and lush! For these shots I maneuvered myself on the side of a steep hill, but necessary for the light I needed. This is my daughter who agreed to model for me. Feel free to ask me anything! :)

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Sep 05, 2016 12:37 |  #2

I really like this series. Beautiful composition and model! Did you all plan the yellow dress against the purple flowers? Besides what I’ve already noted, the color contrast really makes the photos! Very Nice!


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Sep 05, 2016 16:24 as a reply to WillMeades's post |  #3

Hi Will -- yes, we did choose that dress to compliment the scene. Glad it worked well! Thanks so much for your kind words. :)


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Oct 03, 2016 19:56 |  #4

WOW. really nice. love the photos and it's colours. Beautiful


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Oct 04, 2016 14:11 |  #5

Great work!


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Oct 05, 2016 17:07 |  #6

I like how the objects that are close up, are only faintly in view. Too many times we will see them as large and simply out of focus in a distracting manner. In your portraits, they seem only a suggestion of being part of the composition.


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Oct 05, 2016 17:20 |  #7

Wonderful images Kristin.
Love the colours and location and of course your beautiful model.
Well done indeed.

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Oct 06, 2016 22:49 |  #8

rochel1977 wrote in post #18147525 (external link)
WOW. really nice. love the photos and it's colours. Beautiful

Thank you so much -- I love the colors, too!

jmarsz wrote in post #18148280 (external link)
Great work!

Thanks you! :)

CanonCameraFan wrote in post #18149302 (external link)
I like how the objects that are close up, are only faintly in view. Too many times we will see them as large and simply out of focus in a distracting manner. In your portraits, they seem only a suggestion of being part of the composition.

Thank you. It's a tough balance sometimes. She was right in the middle of a field and so was I! I appreciate your comments. :)

Dusty wrote in post #18149312 (external link)
Wonderful images Kristin.
Love the colours and location and of course your beautiful model.
Well done indeed.

Dusty.
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Thanks Dusty! That field was a lucky find.


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Feb 10, 2017 07:10 |  #9

First shot is by far the best. It feels like it captures the mood you were going for. I like the second one as well, just for me the flower in the fore ground out of focus is slightly distracting as it is right in the center of the shot, but still like them all!


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