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Gorgeous Vintage Senior Session (large share)

 
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Jul 09, 2015 20:43 |  #16

Just beautiful all the way around!


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Jul 09, 2015 21:30 |  #17

Absolutely spectacular images!!


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Jul 09, 2015 22:09 |  #18

AD Campbell wrote in post #17626347 (external link)
Absolutely stunning images of a stunning young girl.

The environment ain't too shabby either. :-D

Oh, spring-time in New Hampshire is divine, esp. during the peak of spring perennials. Thanks!

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Agree with the comments. These are absolutely terrific. Hate to ask a stupid question, are these hand-held or did you use a tripod?

Not stupid at all! All hand-held, which is tricky with the 135 2.0 because it does not have IS (the only angst I have about that lens.) :) I probably should dig out my tripod once in awhile!


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Jul 09, 2015 22:14 |  #19

YankeeMom wrote in post #17625811 (external link)
17.)

QUOTED IMAGE

This one is my favorite, really awesome work :)


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Jul 09, 2015 23:09 |  #20

Excellent work, this is some of your best. Great job with the lighting. The model did a great job as well, she's a natural. She looks like Anne Hathaway with a little Rachel McAdams thrown in there.


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Jul 10, 2015 00:38 |  #21

Fantastic set!!!!




  
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Jul 10, 2015 00:53 |  #22

Love the set and the props. It's really awesome. Your processing style fit the theme perfectly.

I think the lens choice works great too, the classical portrait lens.

Excellent work.


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Jul 10, 2015 06:05 |  #23

Both sets are great! How much time went into preparing/planning these shoots? Guessing it was at least twice as much as the shoot+post processing? This kind of result doesn't come about by accident!


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Jul 10, 2015 07:34 |  #24

Beautiful work. Just when I was about to part with my 135, I'm reminded what an asset it is. It never produces disappointing results in the right application as you have so remarkably shown.




  
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Jul 10, 2015 09:34 |  #25

Silver8MR wrote in post #17626493 (external link)
This one is my favorite, really awesome work :)

Yes, that is definitely one of the most popular in the series. Thanks so much!

IShootThings wrote in post #17626545 (external link)
Excellent work, this is some of your best. Great job with the lighting. The model did a great job as well, she's a natural. She looks like Anne Hathaway with a little Rachel McAdams thrown in there.

Oh, I've heard Anne Hathaway often! And, yes, this girl is truly a natural -- I just had to show up! :D Thanks so much.

Toby_tools wrote in post #17626591 (external link)
Fantastic set!!!!

Thank you, Toby. :)

sonnyc wrote in post #17626606 (external link)
Love the set and the props. It's really awesome. Your processing style fit the theme perfectly.

I think the lens choice works great too, the classical portrait lens.

Excellent work.

I appreciate that, Sonny. I definitely go for a "clean" look with post-processing. :)

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Both sets are great! How much time went into preparing/planning these shoots? Guessing it was at least twice as much as the shoot+post processing? This kind of result doesn't come about by accident!

For me, there was little planning, but the model and her mother really knew exactly what they wanted and went for it. I know that they had some of the props on hand, but they went to thrift stores for the clothes and even went to a printer to make the stickers for the suitcase! Mom did hair and make-up. I would love to have her at ALL my sessions! The whole shoot took a little more time than usual because we travelled to a secondary location and I over-estimated the light, so we got there a bit early and had to kill a little time. I usually don't have Seniors change more than twice, but I made an exception here, so the whole shoot was around 3 hours. Thanks!

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Beautiful work. Just when I was about to part with my 135, I'm reminded what an asset it is. It never produces disappointing results in the right application as you have so remarkably shown.

Yes and thank you! It's such a great lens and a really affordable alternative to the 70-200. My only angst is that it does not have IS, so something people have to be really careful with (blurry photos.) My favorite lens, but I found that I had to use 4 different ones for this shoot. :)


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Jul 10, 2015 09:57 |  #26

Absolutely fantastic set. This is the level I aspire to! Really nice. Your PP is among the best I've seen (judged by my taste).


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Jul 10, 2015 16:51 |  #27

YankeeMom wrote in post #17626489 (external link)
Not stupid at all! All hand-held, which is tricky with the 135 2.0 because it does not have IS (the only angst I have about that lens.) :) I probably should dig out my tripod once in awhile!

OK, now I'm even more impressed!


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Jul 10, 2015 18:03 |  #28

These are absolutely stunning. I had a bit of a laugh when I read the title as 'seniors' here are old people. I guess in the US the term refers to school leavers! Thanks for posting - I can see how much I have to learn.


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Jul 10, 2015 18:11 |  #29

Oh my gosh, these are just amazing!! What a fun session, and the results are just gorgeous! Beautiful job!


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Jul 10, 2015 19:19 |  #30

Beautiful senior, amazing locations and images. Great work, hard to pick just one (or two, or three).


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