I shot my friend today!!!

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  1. ShelleySnapz

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    Hehehe!! Here are a few of my faves!!

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    Love the last one! :thumbup:
     
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    Yah that one is my very fave!!!
     
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    Like 'm, but did you do some PS on the eyes in #1 and #2? They don't look okay. And in #3 her arms almost look like they're missing.









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    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Glad to see she came out of "being shot" unharmed ;).
    I like the last best, too.
    Maybe the use of flash (mildly dosed) would have helped give the eyes some catchlights? Maybe catchlights would have made her eyes look more ... what? Vivid? Alive? Something like that.

    The last is wonderful.
     
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    I used a 70-200mm telephoto lens on all these shots...she was too far away for a flash to be of much use.

    As for photo #3, its high key...less details in the white...its supposed to be like that
     
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    Oh...forgot...no I didnt PS her eyes...thats the naural light doing that
     
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    I forgot to mention that she is very beautiful. :D
     
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    I really like the last one of this series, though I would have preferred a vertical crop. I agree the fill light was needed for the first two to open up those shadows in her eyes. #3 doesn't work for me but that's personal taste I guess.
     
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    Hi shelley... that last one does it for me... beautiful light on her face... hope the 'new' business is going strong... have you met eddie vedder yet? xx
     
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    LOL No Jemmy not yet! Come springtime there will be a lOT more concerts coming up and more opportunity to meet big names though!
     
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    I like the work. Her face looks soft in one and two. I am guessing this was intentional?
     

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