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Jun 23, 2015 08:41 |  #1

Parents with kids rarely want to wait 'till sunset, so out comes the strobe. Super windy, so just a socked beauty dish. C&C always welcome.


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Jun 23, 2015 09:27 |  #2

5 & 6 are killer! Good job.


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Jun 23, 2015 14:05 |  #3

those blue glasses, add a bunch of personality to these images. Great set.




  
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Jun 23, 2015 17:59 |  #4

Great Job....Cute Kids!


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Jun 23, 2015 22:22 |  #5

Thank you :)


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Jun 23, 2015 22:38 |  #6

Different color skin tones are tough. You nailed the technical side and did a superb job on the artistic side as well. My sister's family consists of Black, Asian and White. She told me she can never get a good family photo.




  
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Jun 24, 2015 17:23 |  #7

Very nice technical ability on these. The balance of light is very well done and the processing is really nice for the aforementioned variation in skin tones. Thanks for sharing!




  
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Jun 24, 2015 19:24 |  #8

Beautiful set! I absolutely LOVE IT! Thanks for sharing :)


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Jun 24, 2015 20:06 |  #9

I like #1 the best.

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Jun 25, 2015 02:21 |  #10

Great work! The power lines are the only thing bugging me.


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Jun 25, 2015 06:31 |  #11

Thanks everyone. Regarding the power lines: I struggle with how much to photoshop out with a lot of my photography. I already spend way too much time on any given session for what I charge. If I ever switch to in person sales rather than shoot and burn, it's something that I'd probably address.


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Jun 25, 2015 11:27 |  #12

Awesome job! Looks like they were having fun.




  
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Jun 27, 2015 03:14 |  #13

Awesome photos. I'm curious, where did you have the strobe light placed for the photos of your subjects sitting together? I'm still learning where to put strobes for best lighting. thanks!


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Jun 27, 2015 03:19 |  #14

That first shot is killer ... so much personality. Very nice set.


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Jun 27, 2015 14:52 |  #15

Great set! way to own that mid day sun! how much power were you pouring on to do that? I'm about to pull the trigger on a 600WS strobe (first one - I use speedlights now).


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