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    well Im finally trying it out. Im new to this so any help will be appreciated...

    Using SV lighting, hot lites, I covered the one lamp on the left with some white fabric from Joann's its like a thin silk to help soften some..

    So I borrowed a friends kids for a while and went to work

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    a lil fuzzy I know but...

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    this one was done outside

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    brother and sister

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    guess I did alrute???:lol:
     
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    You are just starting out, but they are nice. The blurry photo would never be seen by the clients if this was paid for. Delete, hehe

    The picture with the girl and dog has big troubles because the dog shouldn't be there. Its like the dog walked in front of the lens at the wrong time is in a bad position. Assuming this is digital, so just shoot over n over again like crazy. That is actually advice to my self as well!

    All n all the B&W image of the girl is the best one.
     

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