New Triple (semi NWS)

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  1. Erik McCormick

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    Just wanted to share this photo. I know there are a couple things I might change, but overall we were both pleased with the photo(s).

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    I would be pleased with them, too. I like how the mood with the colouring from left to right goes from sombre to bright, and then she's smiling. It all just flows.
     
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    with a model like that Id be pretty pleased also. The far right one is my Favorite.
     
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    Great Pics!!!
     
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    Nice set! It flows very nicely
     
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    This is pretty nice. My only nitpick is the lighting at the very left edge of pic 2 and 3 that there's a hard shadow. I'd prefer a nice gradual gradient there instead of the sudden change. Otherwise, my favorite is the second in terms of saturation and lighting but with the pose of #3.
     
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    This set really works!
    Thanks!
     
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    REally lovin this except for the bright band of light on the left side of the 3rd shot
     
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    Exactly! Great shots, the band of light on the 3rd is too distracting.....super easy 5 minute fix in photoshop though...just extend the shadow. Bravo!
     
  10. Erik McCormick

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    Yeah, I too noticed that bright "band" (it's actually an OOF wall edge closer to the camera). I'd say that and also the fact that the first photo has the model taking up more of the frame. But I appreciate the comments and critical eyes you all have! Thanks again!
     
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    I really like the triptych form and the way it flows. Great idea!
     
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    STUNNING! shes gorgeous! :)

    And I love the order of the shots... Great job!
     

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