Anna, studioportraits, many

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  1. muuris

    muuris TPF Noob!

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    Hi, and welcome to see Anna, she was very beautiful and fine model.

    c&c are appreciated, thanks allready.

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  2. kundalini

    kundalini Been spending a lot of time on here!

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    You might want to keep the number of photos to a minimum if asking for C&C, like 1 to 3.

    Very pretty model.

    The best poses IMO have lighting problems. Several of the others, she doesn't look happy or if she is going for the sultry look, didn't quite pull it off.

    #1, 7 & 8 are my favorite poses. However, in 1 & 7 you have harsh lighting and overexposing her hair thereby loosing details. #8 has shadow problems on her cheek.

    Apart from #1, the black backgrounds need some light source behind her to separate her head from the background.

    All in all a nice series. Thanks for sharing.
     
  3. clee27

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    7 looks like a floating head =*(
    8 is my favorite!!

     
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    8 is my favorite as well. Very soft, natural light. (I would have liked both eyes to be in focus though.)

    In some of the pictures the hair light is too harsh and concentrated. 7, for example.
     
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    Garbz No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    Such a wonderful smile and she only let it out in 1 photo? This'll go against the status quo but I love #4. She looks so two faced and mysterious.

    Personally I think the retouching on the eyes is a bit overdone. They standout in a scary kind of way.
     
  6. muuris

    muuris TPF Noob!

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    ^ While not taking the pictures she was very happy and laughing. :)

    Thanks all for c&c. I appreciate it.
     
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    #5 here. I would have liked to see it in a vertical crop. All very good to excellent except for the ear rings sticking out on a couple of them.
     
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    i feel that 1,4,8, and 10 are unfortunate crops.
    sometimes people do crop the tops of the heads intentionally, but it should be a more drastic crop...these cutoffs look accidental.
    5 looks like the cutting of the head was more intentional.

    aside from that, you have a beautiful model there, and hopefully she;d be down for future work with you.

    the eyes are captured beautifully.

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