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Senior Veronica, A beautiful girl! C&C!

 
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Jul 05, 2011 21:57 |  #1

Its been at least a year since ive actually posted work here, I thought id jump on and see if you guys think my work has gotten any better. I shoot weddings occasionally, but my main market are Seniors. Im 18 years of age and i love portraiture! So uhhh yeah. This was Veronica my client, i love it when i can get paid and use the work as promotional stuff.

Take a peak! C&C much appreciated, im always looking to improve!

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Every one of these images made Flickr's explore. lol.

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Jul 05, 2011 22:33 |  #2

Really pretty girl, well captured face in all the pictures. The prop of the couch in the middle of nowhere is interesting but felt distracting. Also the crop at joints (wrists) in some pics might take away on technicality where you have done a great job in artistry!




  
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Jul 05, 2011 22:36 |  #3

Cute girl, but she has the same exact expression in every photo. :)


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Jul 05, 2011 22:48 |  #4

Diggin the couch stuff


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Jul 06, 2011 00:34 |  #5

Awesome work as always mr yacoub!


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Jul 06, 2011 09:12 |  #6

Great photos, they're beautifully captured.
I also would have liked to see different expressions, though.


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Jul 06, 2011 09:13 |  #7

She does have a great smile but I would've like have seen other expressions as well. Nice shots


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Jul 06, 2011 09:19 |  #8

tkbslc wrote in post #12710855 (external link)
Cute girl, but she has the same exact expression in every photo. :)

Agree.

And how do you get that couch there?


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Jul 06, 2011 09:28 |  #9

tkbslc wrote in post #12710855 (external link)
Cute girl, but she has the same exact expression in every photo. :)

Just what I thought, maybe some none smiling ones.


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Jul 06, 2011 11:17 as a reply to  @ LindyM's post |  #10

These are amazing man I love #2 very nice job. I am glad you did the shoot and pray techniques on these haha :) Go stand over in the bushes and hopefully one shot out of 100+ will turn out haha WoW!


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Jul 06, 2011 11:35 |  #11

Couch shots are awesome! A little too tilted for my tastes on the last one but i think they're unique shots. Looking at all these at once her expression does get a little old, but it really is a great and authentic looking expression. Favs are #3 (split photo on the left) and the first couch photo. Great work in here!




  
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Jul 06, 2011 13:10 |  #12

The 6th photo, closest up, is the good one of the bunch.




  
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thran
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Jul 06, 2011 15:40 |  #13

ps_n_dslr wrote in post #12710838 (external link)
Really pretty girl, well captured face in all the pictures. The prop of the couch in the middle of nowhere is interesting but felt distracting. Also the crop at joints (wrists) in some pics might take away on technicality where you have done a great job in artistry!

Its ok, not every will love the couch haha. I appreciate your feedback! After looking at the shots, i WISH i didnt crop the wrists :(. When getting sunflares, you dont have much leeway on what you get to frame exactly. Wherever the sun gets you that flare, is where you frame your shot. Thanks for understanding haha.

tkbslc wrote in post #12710855 (external link)
Cute girl, but she has the same exact expression in every photo. :)

I know! She was most definitively a "One smile kind of girl"

Jimmyhickey wrote in post #12710921 (external link)
Diggin the couch stuff

Thanks man!

leninglass wrote in post #12711300 (external link)
Awesome work as always mr yacoub!

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lindsaytblum wrote in post #12712622 (external link)
Great photos, they're beautifully captured.
I also would have liked to see different expressions, though.

I would have too haha, she wasnt very good at smiling in other ways. Im just glad she could pose herself decently :). She isnt a model after all, just a highschool student haha.

Bheims wrote in post #12712630 (external link)
She does have a great smile but I would've like have seen other expressions as well. Nice shots

Me three :/. Thanks for the feedback and compliment!

bobbyz wrote in post #12712657 (external link)
And how do you get that couch there?

I found it in a neighborhood, just sitting there for free. So i got a truck and like 4 guys to help me drive it and carry it to the top of the hill.

LindyM wrote in post #12712685 (external link)
Just what I thought, maybe some none smiling ones.

She wasnt very good at non smiling poses, she just looked......sad. haha. Thanks for the feedback!

akphotography07 wrote in post #12713194 (external link)
These are amazing man I love #2 very nice job. I am glad you did the shoot and pray techniques on these haha :) Go stand over in the bushes and hopefully one shot out of 100+ will turn out haha WoW!

HAHAH! Shut up AK. People are gonna think you are serious :P.

JayZ235 wrote in post #12713307 (external link)
Couch shots are awesome! A little too tilted for my tastes on the last one but i think they're unique shots. Looking at all these at once her expression does get a little old, but it really is a great and authentic looking expression. Favs are #3 (split photo on the left) and the first couch photo. Great work in here!

Agreed on the tilt! It was sitting on a hill, so framing it was very dificult. There was no horizon for me to level. Thank you so much! I appreciate your feedback!

HappySnapper90 wrote in post #12713915 (external link)
The 6th photo, closest up, is the good one of the bunch.

Thank you HappySnapper :)


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Jul 06, 2011 15:59 |  #14

All Natural Lighting?




  
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thran
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Jul 06, 2011 20:22 |  #15

SaxonIV wrote in post #12714842 (external link)
All Natural Lighting?

Yes! No modifiers, filters, relfectors, strobes, etc. haha


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