Recent shoot.

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  1. Artoo

    Artoo TPF Noob!

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    Slightly different in character from most sessions I've done...
    Centered around the use of natural light in rather confined space. I'd be interested to hear any comments on the subject of those photos.

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    The last one is my favourite. Comments welcome :)
     
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    I like #1. I like #2 too but there is a line running around the window that could be PS out. Well #3, they don't do it for me. Maybe its because of the way she is sitting. Anyways, nice job!
     
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    As images, I like the first two. I might try tighter crops. The last pair seems like a set that would appeal more to someone who knows her. They are a bit tilted, btw.
     
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    I like the first one the best. The others kinda look like you just took her photo. They are all really nice though and I love the natural light. Looks great.
     
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    I think these are great!
     
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    Thanks for the opinions, all :)

    The lines in 2 are a reflection from the window... they are a bit of a ***** to pshop out and they don't bother me much ;) The tilt on 3 is conscious; just a personal preference, I guess.

    Bonus ;)

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