Chill Senior

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  1. JubbaKing

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    Just 3 of a senior from the other day...

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    Hmmm

    One the one hand I LOVE the colors and backgrounds... very nice, however his posing is awkward to me, and unfortunatly, he is posing his head the exact same way in every shot... and just about the same facial expression.

    As one shot, whichever you like, it works. As a series it seems redundant!
     
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    Nice work man! I like the lighting and posing in all of them.
     
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    Good work Jubba!

    #1 is a bit too contrasty or saturated for me, and his dark hair sort of blends in with the shadow of the building behind him, but its not bad.

    #2 is good, nice detail and composition.

    #3 is the best of the 3 IMO. Good composition with the bridge. The color and lighting is subtle and effective. This is my favorite.

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    I really like these, very unique to the senior. The light is lovely :)
     
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    good color in the first 1....
     
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    this is very nice series, the last one is the best though. I really like the composition. The posing in number 2 seem a little arkward, but it's have nice composition and color. Number one is pretty nice too.
     
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    Actually I like #2 best, particularly because it's the only one of the three where his eyes don't appear droopy/half closed. And because I'm partial to close up type shots.

    All three are nice, but i agree with an earlier comment that the position of his head is basically the same in each.

    #3 would have been my fav. had his eyes been open a bit more.

    Good work..
     

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