Emilie C.

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    Excellent work! I'm really liking the first one, looks like a great location and of course, you have a beautiful model. Kudos!
     
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    win.
     
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    excellent
     
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    You did a great job! I really like the first one. Did you use complete natural lighting or was there any lighting involved?
     
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    Nice, agree with others the first one is the best..
     
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    Lighting and exposure are nice. Composition is so-so. I think the main issue here is that the color of her clothing blends in way too much with the concrete. Unless you're specifically aiming for a shot where your model blends into the scenery, she should be standing out or complementing it, not blending in.
     

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