Bioshock wrote in post #11884082
Here's one of the famous Peter back lighting shots. I actually got the girl next door to pose for me instead of having to do a self portrait like last time.
A lot I could have done to make it better but I seem to have a tendency to remember those things after the shoot is done. Maybe one of these days I'll get it right.
Well, what you got right this time was asking the young lady next door to model for you. And you should keep asking her, judging by this, so you can continue to improve your skill. Keep posting the results for the rest of us to see and critique.
I have to move and get different friends, I think. Mine all look like the guy in the Mr. February calendar shoot.
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