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Mar 06, 2013 15:55 |  #16

Great shots!


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Mar 06, 2013 16:34 as a reply to  @ Tawcan's post |  #17

Always a fan of your work Lisa!!! Fabulous.


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Mar 06, 2013 17:56 |  #18

Jermainek wrote in post #15683323 (external link)
I know that when you post something on a public forum you are to expect a mixture of positive praise and constructive criticism, however it's all in the delivery and your initial response wasn't very well thought out - perhaps something like "Do you have any photos which display a broader range of facial expressions from the shoot as this would really enhance the collection", in the first instance would have been a far better approach.

Good Lord! You wouldn't want to read what I write when I'm critical. I said what I meant about the series as presented. I stepped back a bit when I said it was unfair to judge on a few images, but referred to the unfairness of the historical portfolio review. That was the era in which I worked. The era has changed, I am long retired but still see the world in those terms.


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Mar 06, 2013 18:19 as a reply to  @ post 15684412 |  #19

advaitin wrote in post #15679397 (external link)
Nice model. But that was it, nice. I didn't see enough expression change to warrant praise. Her look was always genial. That's not enough in the terror-world of high fashion.

Terror World of high fashion?
Lol.it is a series of photos of a beautiful girl who wanted her photos taken. Not a Diva looking to run up the ladder of model-dom.

You bring your prejudice to this I think.:confused:

Lisa, she is stunning( no hearts and flowers here, but honesty), and you did her beauty proud!


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Mar 06, 2013 18:23 |  #20

advaitin wrote in post #15685070 (external link)
Good Lord! You wouldn't want to read what I write when I'm critical. I said what I meant about the series as presented. I stepped back a bit when I said it was unfair to judge on a few images, but referred to the unfairness of the historical portfolio review. That was the era in which I worked. The era has changed, I am long retired but still see the world in those terms.

No Sir I wouldn't! However regardless of the era you're used to, politeness is timeless. That's said, let's move on.

Lisa, I think this is a nice series - sorry, I'd meant to say that earlier - I would love to see some more once you've finished editing.


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Mar 06, 2013 18:28 |  #21

Two and three are my favs from this set. I also love the one with her fiance where she is pulling on the edge of her hat.


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Mar 06, 2013 22:29 |  #22

Great set, love the model.


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Mar 07, 2013 09:06 |  #23

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Seriously though, I wouldn't be surprised to see Mary make it big someday. She is absolutely GORGEOUS, with a personality to match...5'10" too so she's got the height! I have no idea how I can pick just 8 favorites, but I'll try (I still have 300 in her Lightroom catalog that I am somehow supposed to cull down to about 30). This girl cannot take a bad pic! These were shot with natural light (mostly...the piano shot was OCF) and a combo of lenses...the 50L, 85L, and 70-200L II. More on my blog (external link) if you are interested in seeing some of the others.


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Mar 07, 2013 20:36 |  #24

Lisa --

I am a big fan of your work. Two questions:

1. About what % of your shots are with flash?

2. What is the typical range for number of shots taken during a senior portrait session?




  
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Mar 07, 2013 21:11 |  #25

Thank you guys! I appreciate your comments!

Probably 99% of my photos are all natural light only. I break out the OCF for a few shots usually on my senior sessions, but that's about it. I typically take about 1 8GB memory card worth of photos per session...so 300 maybe? Then I painfully cull them down and show around 25-35 edited images. I went a little overboard with this session. :D


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Mar 08, 2013 05:33 |  #26

advaitin wrote in post #15679397 (external link)
Nice model. But that was it, nice. I didn't see enough expression change to warrant praise. Her look was always genial. That's not enough in the terror-world of high fashion.

Quite a jump from a teenager getting some senior photos done to the "terror-world of high fashion" :-P ==> :evil:




  
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Mar 08, 2013 12:59 |  #27

datamon wrote in post #15690872 (external link)
Quite a jump from a teenager getting some senior photos done to the "terror-world of high fashion" :-P ==> :evil:

Not if you are playing off the title of the thread. I see some of you here need assistance in catching the drift.


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Mar 08, 2013 14:52 |  #28

Great pics. You put a ton more on FredMiranda.


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Mar 08, 2013 15:02 |  #29

Thank you. Yes Fred Miranda doesn't have an annoying image posting limit. :P


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Mar 08, 2013 15:12 |  #30

LisaJH wrote in post #15692659 (external link)
Thank you. Yes Fred Miranda doesn't have an annoying image posting limit. :P

I have to admit, I was slightly annoyed when I opened your image heavy post on Miranda... Only because I kept thinking, "Damn it, why dont my images look like that." :lol:


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