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Jan 09, 2016 08:39 |  #1

So this shoot almost didnt happen due to gale force winds, so driving back home, I decided to stop at a random bar and ask the owner if I can do a few shots.
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Believe it or not, very little retouching on the face, even on the smooth ones.

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Jan 09, 2016 08:57 |  #2

This is a nice series on her. In #s 1 & 6, I'd clone out that spot on her left wrist.


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Jan 09, 2016 23:24 |  #3

she is definitely cute. She has more of a commercial /pageant/glamour look.


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Jan 12, 2016 07:58 |  #4

I like all of these. #5 especially has a really nice commercial appeal.




  
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Jan 16, 2016 09:22 |  #5

Very nice shots but #3 is the winner for me




  
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May 17, 2016 01:50 |  #6

#1,#4,#5: I love the lighting. Very Natural.
#2 and 3: Too sharp. Still lovely.
#6: Probably an exposure higher and its magazine.

Overall, you have a lovely model.




  
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May 17, 2016 02:07 |  #7

I'll go against the tide and pick number 2 as my favourite. I love the clarity in her face.



  
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May 17, 2016 03:29 |  #8

She had all that clothing with her in a bar? :) Nice work!


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May 17, 2016 08:06 |  #9

I think they are all great.


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Jun 04, 2016 21:13 |  #10

Beautiful.




  
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Jun 17, 2016 02:44 |  #11

The last one is my favorite. Great job!




  
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Jul 18, 2016 01:40 |  #12

Wow! What a great set!


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Jul 28, 2017 01:52 |  #13

can i jump in here (WAY after the fact)?

i like the "hand position/pose" in 3 the best. looks the most natural position. the others look "posed"...

i like the white balance (?) the best in 5...

my one little nit, if i may. ALTHOUGH in 5 she is standing upright, that floor behind her head indicates a seriously bad foundation in the building. i make mention of that because i once had a beautiful BEAUTIFUL shot that as an intern the newspaper PUBLISHER made special effort to comment to me on, that he then asked what would the world do when Lake Huron (great lake) drained itself to the north? i had the horizon off by probably less than 5o but it stuck out like a sore thumb to him. horizontal lines really need to be horizontal especially when theyre floors. or lakes lol...

only things i can think of to comment on! i like them all!




  
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Aug 07, 2017 10:44 |  #14

Can I shoot with her? Please? :)

1 is gorgeous, but use her palm to support her head.
2&3 I dislike because of the smoothing
4 needs more spacing between her and the furniture behind her (it's too close to her waist)
5 looks tilted


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