Cousin & boyfriend

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  1. AquaVelvet

    AquaVelvet TPF Noob!

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    Lovely dovely out in the open air. no extra light not even an external flitser, only the sun.

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    I know there not perfect, but if there are any tips on how to use the sunlight better please :hail:

    I don't own any studio lights yet so I depend on the sunlight loads.

    thanks :thumbup:
     
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    Wonderfull job. You captured there emotion nicely.:thumbup:
     
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    you could reflect light into there eyes to get some sparkle in there
     
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    Jeff Canes No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    They make a good-looking couple

    I like most of the poses, with #5 love playfulness but I do not like leaf between them, and with #3 his hand seems to a little low maybe if he was play with her hair more up near the neck or ear[FONT=&quot] [/FONT]
     
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    thanks guys :hugs:

    Indeed the sparkel is a good idea! i'll pay more atention to that the next time!

    and the leaf I know :lol: it was very hard to follow them because they where in constant movement. That is why I believe the poses don't look so 'posed' they never sat still one second :mrgreen:

    And thank you for taking the time to look and respond! :thumbup:
     

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