Aaren's Beruit Bridal

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  1. elsaspet

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    Ok, not quite Beruit, but close. My bombed out factory again.

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    Very nice work. 4 is the stand out of the bunch. 3, the arm is very awkward (to me at least)

    In 2, careful in your PP of her arm.
     
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    ooh like 7 a lot too!!!
     
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    ?????? No PP on her arm. Nothing but Portraiture and sharpening.....
     
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    This pose/location is why she hired us. She had seen another bride's photo in the same pose and same location, and wanted to recreate it.
    She said it made her look like an Angel. I agree.
     
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    oops sorry. it looks like there is an indent wheere I thought you had been cloning in the background or attempting to make her arm thinner. See about 1/2 way down from her shoulder?? I dunno why that popped out at me.

    Great work, as always, though.
     
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    I tucked her tummy on some, sloppily I might add, but no arm thinning.
     
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    These are great pictures. The only thing is, after reading that you tucked her tummy in some of the pictures, I went back to them, and you can tell somethings going on with the door around her tummy on number one..she probably wouldnt notice it, as the door is not the focus point, but just FYI. Other than that, youve done a great job!
     
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    I see it for sure, but my guess was that she was so happy about the tummy she wouldn't notice the wood.
    She didn't. :)
    Just a little trick of the trade.
     
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    I always enjoy your posts. Your lighting, posing and locations are always gorgeousl. I just don't like how far you take your PP. I think you are losing too much detail with the skin softening. 2, 3, and 4 for example. Her hair looks so blurred in some areas that it just looks very fake to me. Just feel like there needs to be some amount of texture left. Are any of your clients ever unhappy with the amount of retouching - action or otherwise - that you do? I know this is your style and you obviously attract clients who appreciate it. Just throwing my thoughts out there.
     
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    WOW very nice again. The lighting is great.
     

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