Bethany and Zeb E Session

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  1. NoelNTexas

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    I like 5 & 6. They look genuinely happy in front of the camera ( I love their expressions in #2)
     
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    #4 is really awkward. I would try some poses that minimize ... uh... their size. I mean, there's no hiding that they're both big, but there are posing techniques that could make them appear smaller.
     
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    I like the last one.

    I suggest a bit of burn on the arms to help keep attention on the faces. A bit of clean-up in the background too.

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    I think you did a nice job on the pictures, but I agree on the comment on #4. The first one bothers me too. I usually like this of the legs/feet, but his shoes aren't very stylish and her feet aren't really "cute" either.

    The last one looks a little like she is going to roll downhill. Maybe its just me, but I think I would straighten it out, even if they were on a hill :)

    I really love #2 the best. They look very happy :) I also like #3, #5 and #7.
     
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    You don't even need creative poses. For example, #5, cropped differently will be more flattering. This should preferably be done in camera. You get rid of her back roll and hide the size of her arm.

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    Nice crop :)
     
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    Thanks! I'd be your friend, but I see you shoot Nikon. :thumbdown::thumbdown: :grumpy:

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