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  1. gizmo2071

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    My sisters been begging me to do some photos of her for awhile.
    So last night we had some fun.
    It;s her first time in front of the camera and she was nervous as hell.
    But I got a few natural shots and she enjoyed it in the end.

    Here's a few from the shoot.
    More from the shoot can be found on my website in the "people" gallery.

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    You got some good shots, I like them.
     
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    I think you have done a fine job.

    Rusty Tripod
     
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    Nice work. 1, 6, and 7 look very natural and unforced.
     
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    Thanks guys :D
     
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    Gizmo - I think these are really pretty good and show a lot of potential. My favorites are 2 and 3. Not sure if you wanted critique, but if so, perhaps you might consider directing a little more light into her eyes, maybe a slightly softer, more wraparound light.

    Good job, though. Thanks for sharing.
     
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    Critique is always welcomed to help me improve.
    Current set-up using just 2 flash monoblocks.
    One was behind and one was next to me as I took the pictures.
    I agree with needing a more direct+continuous light on the eyes.
    a) to dilate the pupils
    b) to make them look alot sharper.

    Thanks Jazz
     

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