Portraits with fence, want opinions on them...

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  1. Lacey Anne

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    What do you think? I was trying out a new idea, so I'd like to know if you like the idea, which photo you like best, least, etc. And of course, I'm always up for C&C on anything you may want to add. :)

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    ^+1

    The wood post and rail are nice additional elements in the pics, IMO
     
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    Thanks. I agree. Through the fence... I thought it would be cute but it didn't turn out as I had quite envisioned. Aren't those wood posts cool? I loved having them in the photo.
     
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    I think the fence makes a good back drop, but when its infront of the subject it takes away from the main subject
     
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    They look especially good in the b/w shots!
     
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    I also like 2 and 4. I really like the comp of 4. And they are technically very well done too :D
     
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    Thanks. I appreciate that. Kelly, you made my day. :)
     
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    really nice the last one!!!!!

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    Why thank you.
     
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    All of the shots are very well composed. exposure looks great and models look very natural. excellent post work.

    #2 and #4 are my favs. very nice tones and the choice to use b&w was a good one. excellent conversion.


    overall........very nice job Lacey!! :)

    i will say my preference is for the subject in front of the fence.
     

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