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Dec 14, 2009 23:52 |  #16

They are all great but my favorites are #4, #5, #6 because they really pop out at me.


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Dec 15, 2009 00:11 |  #17

wow.. lovely shots..




  
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Dec 15, 2009 02:24 |  #18

I beg of you to share your pp secrets lol cause all of these pop a lot!

Wonderful work as usual. #6 is a winner for me, and I usually don't like shots like that.


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Dec 15, 2009 05:29 |  #19

Love #4 but there is too much skin softening going on! almost to the point of losing surface definition but magnificent shots! Nice job :)


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Dec 15, 2009 07:19 |  #20

Really nice. Bet you have some really happy customers and that's what counts.

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Dec 15, 2009 07:56 |  #21

Swimchic these are exceptional. Very nice work. Assuming that you are looking for feedback I offer the following;
#1 Nice shot. Would like to see a little more sky detail so she doesn't blend so much
#2 On my monitor her face looks a little soft
#3 Very nice
#4 Love this one but IMO her eyes have been sharpened too much
#5 This is really awesome. Could easily be a commercial ad
#6 Not a huge fan of the perspective and eyes a little too sharp by comparison
#7 This one gets four stars! Awesome just awesome
#8 The sun flare and rocks take too much attention away from subject IMO

As others have inquired I would like to know if these were all available light


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Dec 15, 2009 09:01 |  #22

Thank you thank you thank you! You guys are all too sweet!!

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Ps- are these all natural light?

All of them except for #1 are natural light, I had a flash off camera for that one, it was getting dark fast, and I wanted to bring in the colors of the lake a little more :) It was dialed down though, used just for a little fill.

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I beg of you to share your pp secrets lol cause all of these pop a lot!

Wonderful work as usual. #6 is a winner for me, and I usually don't like shots like that.

haha, thanks! Actually, on my flickr (external link) I just posted some of these senior pics with sooc and after, and my process, so you can go check that out if you wanna :)

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Love #4 but there is too much skin softening going on! almost to the point of losing surface definition but magnificent shots! Nice job :)

Thanks, they are overdone on her. She had pretty severe acne, and it took me a very long time to get it all out, and she asked me to over do it, rather than under do it, so all her pics are over processed on her skin smoothing. Thanks though :)

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Swimchic these are exceptional. Very nice work. Assuming that you are looking for feedback I offer the following;
#1 Nice shot. Would like to see a little more sky detail so she doesn't blend so much
#2 On my monitor her face looks a little soft
#3 Very nice
#4 Love this one but IMO her eyes have been sharpened too much
#5 This is really awesome. Could easily be a commercial ad
#6 Not a huge fan of the perspective and eyes a little too sharp by comparison
#7 This one gets four stars! Awesome just awesome
#8 The sun flare and rocks take too much attention away from subject IMO

As others have inquired I would like to know if these were all available light

Thanks for such great feedback!
1 - that is actually the lake reflection. I agree it would look better brought in a little more here. I did do a bunch with it completely blown, and then some like this, then a bunch with it brought in a lot as the sun set :)
2 - yes, it's too soft, explained above
3 - thanks!
4 - I actually don't do anything to the eyes that wasn't run on the whole photo. She is in the shade looking out at the sun, so that really helps, but I think it goes back to her skin being too smooth, making them look extra sharp. I could take them down a tad too, so I might look into that before she print orders - which I had not thought of, so thanks!
5 - wow! Thanks a bunch :)
6 - I think the same as #4, this one seems to be a love it or hate it type shot, haha. I am honestly not a huge fan of it, but a lot of people seem to be, funny how that happens!
7 - thanks! I have actually since fixed the funky bang hair
8 - ya, more of a landscape shot than a portrait, haha. Just having some fun :)

Thanks again everyone!


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Dec 15, 2009 10:52 |  #23

I love them all!


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Dec 15, 2009 11:38 |  #24

Great job!....beautiful seniors....lighting is great!


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Dec 15, 2009 14:06 as a reply to  @ biggpopa's post |  #25

These are great! Thanks for sharing.



  
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Dec 15, 2009 14:32 |  #26

i like the #4....


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Dec 20, 2009 23:31 |  #27

I always enjoy your posts, great as always!


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Dec 21, 2009 07:33 |  #28

Awesome!!! I went to your website and must say there are many awesome shots there too!!!


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Dec 21, 2009 10:27 |  #29

wow! #7


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Dec 21, 2009 11:30 |  #30

Love, love, love the first one but really they are all spectacular!


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