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Oct 18, 2015 11:10 |  #1

A few photos I took of Cassy for a last minute shot. C +C welcomed! Would love to know what I can do to improve these photos.


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Oct 18, 2015 11:12 |  #2

Don't be choppin' no feet off.


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Oct 18, 2015 13:13 |  #3

First one is good, only comment would be to watch that the horizon is level. Beyond that gets picky. If you want me to get picky, then I'd like to see the elbows in the shot to help frame but your crop works too. I'd whiten the eyes and teeth a little too but again, that might be picky.

Second one, as has been said already, add feet. Also add the top of her head. I think its the elevation of the photographer that makes her look chunky (which she obviously isn't).

These are good images, my comments are only intended as cc.




  
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Oct 18, 2015 16:57 |  #4

Like the first one! The second one about the feet and something about her expression. But overall nice work


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Nov 26, 2015 13:20 |  #5

Yeah what they all said ⬆. Beautiful model.




  
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