A lot of pictures of the same model!

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  1. RMThompson

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    Hey all. Long time since I posted some pictures, and wanted to get some general c&c out of this group. It's mostly the same girl, but several shoots, been doing a lot of work for www.snorgtees.com with her.

    Also some other random pics I've been hired to do lately!

    Let me know what you like, and what you don't more importantly!

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    Would be better if you present one series at a time, including random snaps here and there doesn't really help with presentation.

    But as it as, I like the crow look from the railroad shots.
     
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    Why did you choose the background in #1?? Maybe if you blurred out all that clutter?

    There's a UFO in #3.

    I love #7. It's so breezy and glowing, it just makes me think of coconut oil and summer.

    Marian
     
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    I like the emotion you were after in #4 & 5 but IMO #5 is a miss. The problem I have with #4 is her left hand. 1) it is cut off at the knuckles and 2) it looks like she's grabbing a handrail, which happens to be the train tracks.

    #6 is awesome.

    #8 has a very sweet, girl next door feel to it..
     
  5. RMThompson

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    Well, I wasn't really trying to "present" anything, but thanks! :)
     
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    Great to see you posting again RM! I would have to say that I like #1 and #2 the best. Beautiful girl.

    I think #1 is good the way it is, since it gives more of a coffee shop feel. Interesting treatment in #2, and the shadow is cool.

    Not sure about #3, #4, and #5. They just kinda seem too staged to me. Just my opinion.

    #8 really stands out to me as great. I like that one a lot. Very nice expression. I see you used the sun as a rim light. What did you use specifically for fill?

    Im assuming the last one is a composite of the same girl? The white balance seems a bit off in that one.

    Thanks for sharing! Its good to see you're alive and kicking. :)

    NJ
     
  7. RMThompson

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    NJMAN,

    Yeah I've been so much work for Snorgtees.com that I haven't done a lot of my own work. not that I am complaining though! :)

    Thanks for the compliments, and the feedback on the staged ones. I was specifically trying to avoid that.

    As for #8, I used a SB-800, set straight up, with a card reflector, and -3 steps on the flash. Full power overpowered the sun in the back.
     
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    Thats great that you can say you've been working and getting paid for your photography! Ive been busy myself with lots of senior portraits and family shoots. :)

    Great tip on #8. I will have to try that myself when I do some more sun shots. Thanks!
     
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    just wanted to tryout my blurring and image one posed a good opportunity

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    That is so much better! :) Now she really pops! Nice job.
     
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    love the spontaneity of #8.
    #7 bothers me...the shot is too mature for her age....i get a porn shot feel, sorry, maybe its the mother in me and kids grow up too fast.....HOWEVER, it is a really nice capture, great fill light and exposure
     

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