A shot in the dark.

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  1. Village Idiot

    Village Idiot No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    I did a short shoot the other night. I went with a friend to a set of ruins outside of town around dusk. About the time I got setup it was completely dark out. We were using cellphones to get focus and shooting in complete darkness. That and two of my flashes weren't cooperating. For all that though, I'm happy with the results here.

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    The first one is awesome! Great pose and location. I think the lighting is a bit to harsh (reminds me of a car's headlights - however, I have no clue how to do lighting, so, meh). Oh, scratch that, you didn't ask for C&C.

    By the way, that girl has some very nicely toned arms... If only.
     
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    personal trainer.
     
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    I like the first one. You need more shots with her.
     

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