Engagement

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  1. erinmarie1947

    erinmarie1947 TPF Noob!

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    I took these for my Brother's engagment...just wanted to try it out. First time doing this for anyone. Suggestions?


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    Nice work for first time out. I like the second one best. It's a little on the soft side but love the candidness.
     
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    I like your poses in the photos. Great job.
     
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    I like the poses but a little too soft.
     
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    id say #2 is the best. I like the rail walking but for an engagement pic, id like to see there faces, did you have anylike that? good work all together. keep it up.
     
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    I should have mentioned, that as a grouping of photos... The rail one works well. I guess they now who they are... and thats good, playful interaction.
     

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