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May 30, 2015 09:30 |  #1

High school grad pics for Delaney. She was really a cool and laid back young lady, which made my job MUCH easier! C&C welcome.


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May 30, 2015 11:07 |  #2

Very nice. She did very well. She has great eyes. Really like the last one.




  
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May 30, 2015 12:05 |  #3
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My favs are #2 and #3. #3 might look a bit clutterish, what with the metal structure on the right side and all, but I love how the cross behind her seems to be embracing/sheltering her.

Good job.


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May 30, 2015 14:37 |  #4

Very nice set.




  
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May 30, 2015 15:59 |  #5

Nice images. She does have great eyes and seems to be very relaxed. While her being at ease makes your job easier, it has to be a reflection on the photographer that you are. I have seen some lovely models that the photographer didn't get the results that I thought they would (or should) have gotten.


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May 31, 2015 01:32 |  #6

Nice set - they all look great but I like the last one the most.


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May 31, 2015 04:19 |  #7

I like photo #2 best. She looks relaxed and has a beautiful smile.




  
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May 31, 2015 19:54 |  #8

I like these, well done!


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May 31, 2015 19:56 |  #9

Thank you all for the kind words and feedback. I appreciate it!




  
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May 31, 2015 19:57 |  #10

Alveric wrote in post #17577054 (external link)
My favs are #2 and #3. #3 might look a bit clutterish, what with the metal structure on the right side and all, but I love how the cross behind her seems to be embracing/sheltering her.

Good job.


Agreed...that post??? Not sure what I was thinking when I edited that one, but I could have tweaked it a bit more. Good catch - thanks!




  
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May 31, 2015 20:11 |  #11

Hawks Feather wrote in post #17577256 (external link)
=Hawk's Feather;17577256]Nice images. She does have great eyes and seems to be very relaxed. While her being at ease makes your job easier, it has to be a reflection on the photographer that you are. I have seen some lovely models that the photographer didn't get the results that I thought they would (or should) have gotten.


This young lady and I clicked right away. That sure helped!

I actually learned about subject relationships from a landscape and architecture photographer. A woman I work with loves landscapes and architecture, and she was a mentor of sorts when it came to discussing equipment and technically correct photos. I'm not saying I'm anything special, but one day she said she wish she was half the portrait photographer I was. I said, "what? I'm leanrning from you!" She pointed to a building and said, "I can capture that, beautifully...but I don't have to talk to it!" Again, not saying I'm anything special, but she said I get around a subject (or two, or three), and the dance and relationship building begin. Turns into just a few friends hanging out taking pictures. That gave me a lot of insight, and confidence. Now to work on my posing!

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