First Teenager Photo Shoot, eek!

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  1. wildmaven

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    Today, I had my very first teenager photo shoot. When she arrived, she was very quiet and reserved, wouldn't even look at me, and I was really nervous that my first teen shoot would be a failure. C/C welcome. :)

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    I like #3 the best. She looks really happy in that photo. Its always hard to take photos of strangers at first. I'm still getting used to it myself. I always forget their name and then say "Umm, ya you in the middle" well you get the picture! :)

    Keep up the good work!
     
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    Thanks. :) I forgot her name, too!! I left the info at the gallery and when I started processing I groaned because I wanted to make a folder in the computer with her name. So I continued processing...and noticed she had her name around her neck! Wheeeeeeeee....... problem solved, ha ha.
     
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    Very nice job I tryed a little dodge of the shadow on one side.

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    1 and 3 are my favorites. Nice job. I find that I never get anything really good for the first maybe, half, of a shoot. Then once things loosen up it goes great. So in knowing this I save the bestest locations for the end so those turn out better than the maybe few 'lucky' ones from the begining.
    Great job!
     
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    4 looks a bit dead, and 5 while a good photo looks sad. Like number 3 the best.
     
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    Great job! She does look very shy, though I see you got past that in a few of the shots. :)
     
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    Thanks, everyone! :) Garbz, can you explain what you mean about #4?
     
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    I like the 3rd the best!
     

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