My niece....senior portrait...

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  1. Jeepnut28

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    just a few....I am about ready to retire this location.

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    I like your framing but I think you're missing a reflector in 2 and 3.
     
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    Yea a reflector would help a lot. I love the location though! Where is it?
     
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    Turning the subject might help with the lighting issue, But beautiful shots. And they are in a great location!
     
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    this looks like a great location. I do agree with the comments about the side of the face needing some fill light.
     
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    I agree about the reflector. I bought an attachment to hold mine when I can't bring an assistant. It is seriously the BEST photo related thing I've bought in a long time.
    Out of curiosity, why are you retiring the location? It's beautiful!
     
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    It's always best to get the best image as possible at shoot time, but if you don't have a reflector handy or noone to hold it, Photoshop's shadow/highlight adjustment can sometimes help. Hope you don't mind but I had a go with it. Shadow: 15:100:20 and apply a curve to lighten the face area.
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