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Nov 08, 2010 11:35 |  #16

Here is the quick edit of one just for fun.


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Nov 08, 2010 13:04 |  #17

Much better! :)


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Nov 08, 2010 22:24 |  #18

good info here.subscribing ............... :)


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Nov 11, 2010 12:36 |  #19

If this really is your first attempt at off camera flash then I'm right impressed. I really only see small tweaks but you fixed many of them in PP.

Have you taken a "posing" class yet? That helped me SO much. I learned how to pose people to make flattering photos, which is what it's all about.

Solid work, no doubt.

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Nov 11, 2010 12:46 |  #20

charlesml3 wrote in post #11266194 (external link)
If this really is your first attempt at off camera flash then I'm right impressed. I really only see small tweaks but you fixed many of them in PP.

Have you taken a "posing" class yet? That helped me SO much. I learned how to pose people to make flattering photos, which is what it's all about.

Solid work, no doubt.

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Where does one take such a class?


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Nov 11, 2010 13:43 |  #21

I agree. Great job for it being your first time.


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Nov 11, 2010 14:37 as a reply to  @ Solo87's post |  #22

Great job! All of the points have been addressed.


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Nov 11, 2010 18:38 as a reply to  @ KRUSH's post |  #23

I am distracted by the stuff in the background growing out of her head.


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Nov 11, 2010 18:52 |  #24

shankarhokie wrote in post #11266245 (external link)
Where does one take such a class?

I'm sure there are some online videos.


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Nov 11, 2010 19:02 |  #25

Nice start, but in the future I would add another flash for fill. I usually use one flash on camera and another held by an assistant which is mounted on a monopod.


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