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  1. DeepSpring

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    #1 and #4 are my favorite because those are the ones where she is looking at the camera/viewer. The other ones feel more like a fashion shoot than a portrait/model shoot. When she's looking at the viewer, there is a sense of connection which I think is more befitting this type of shoot. That's only my opinion of course, if you were going for a fashion style, then I think you pulled it off.
     
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    Mike hit the nail on the head with that description. #4 is my favorite. Very nice.
     
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    Thanks for the comments.
     
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    i think they're a nice set. like 'em all
     
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    the only one that does not work for me is #2 the reflection of the playround does not fit the attitude of the model and the colors are a bit distracting for me.
     

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