Jacquie: business & not-so-business.

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  1. guitarmy

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    A couple shots of a friend, Jacquie. First one business-ish, second one notsomuch.

    I realize the first one would be too - suggestive? - for a real business portrait, but go with it. I'm shooting for practice and to build a portfolio. Crit appreciated!

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    awesome lighting... I actually really dig the reflection in the sunglasses. :)
     
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    i agree... beautiful lighting... especially like 1 x
     
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    Number 1 looks great. Lighting is wonderful.
     
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    Thanks people! Yeah Gravy I was kinda sitting on the fence re: taking that reflection out, but decided to leave it in. Have gotten mixed reviews from various sources on it.
     
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    I think the reflection in the sunglasses is distracting...but maybe it's because as a photographer I just like to see what someone was using for their lighting set up? But, I do find it hard to move my eye to other parts of the picture.
     

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