A Senior Portrait.

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  1. Parkerman

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    Thought I would share this photo with everyone... It was one of the pictures a did for a friends senior portraits. Let me know what you think.


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    Wow this is awesome. I love the whole concept, and the DOF is great.
     
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    love it!
     
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    Great shot! I'm putting that shot in my future use box.
     
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    I love this! I like the perspective created by her leaning forward and the grass bending away from her.

    I might have tried to bend the grass stalk that is front and center a bit... but that is so totally nit-picking as to be not worth mentioning. I didn't even notice it until I started studying the picture from a "how does one go about creating this" mode.

    If you don't mind my asking - what kind of lens did you use for this?
     
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    looks like the 18-55mm from the EXIF. Its a great shot none the less though
     
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    Great pose and composition, but the color looks a little off to me.
     
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    really nice shot. good job
     
  9. Parkerman

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    Its suppose to be.
     
  10. Parkerman

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    And thanks everyone.. I greatly appreciate the compliments. And yea... That is from the D40 kit lens.

    That grass stalk in the very middle on her arm bugs me slightly.. But.. nothing i can do about it now.
     
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    Dude....great shot........I didn't really notice the grass stalk til I got to your comment. Nicely done. +1
     
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    Nice shot but the color is too strong.
     

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