Dylana

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  1. sarallyn

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    I dunno what the writing is... my friend wrote it on dylana's face for he "art project".

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    Neat idea... But I think better lighting and more interesting poses would make this photo better. The execution is not there.
     
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    yeah, I took these during study hall and all I had was my fixed speedlight. :???:
    it would've been nice to bounce the flash off the walls of ceiling if I could. I don't think the lighting in the last two were as bad as the first ones, though.

    I dunno if alexx wanted dylana to do really big poses (she was the director), since the focus was supposed to be the lyrics on her face. but I think you're right, it would've made it a bit more interesting.
     
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    actually I like the effect of 2 and 3, looks like a halo
     
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    thanks -- I thought it was kind of interesting, too. harsh, but not the norm.
     

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