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Mar 13, 2014 22:41 |  #16

Thank you all for the feedback. I'm partial because these are my daughters but this session was fun.

I do understand that these are considered underexposed. I like the particular look and these are personal photographs so I can comfortably say that the customer was/is satisfied.




  
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Mar 13, 2014 23:08 |  #17

I love the exposure on 2. Great shot.

One #1, the shadows are too harsh for what you are trying to do I think.

#2 is great.

Did I mention that I like #2?


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Mar 13, 2014 23:09 |  #18

oh wow! these are amazing! i like #2, feels like a portrait for Time Magazine or Nat Geo


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Mar 14, 2014 21:43 |  #19

ijohnson wrote in post #16757206 (external link)
I love the exposure on 2. Great shot.

One #1, the shadows are too harsh for what you are trying to do I think.

#2 is great.

Did I mention that I like #2?

You are right on #1. lost her ear and neck on the left side of the photo. The pose and the focus were too good for me not to put in the keeper pile.

It is interesting to see how the shape of their faces changed the effect of the lighting. I would get them in the exact same position and the shot would not look the same. It has really given me a new appreciation for those who have mastered studio lighting.

I appreciate the comment. I am planning on giving it another go tomorrow.




  
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