second shoot with model Rebecca

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  1. Alyssajns24

    Alyssajns24 TPF Noob!

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    Here are some photos of the second shoot with Rebecca...Tell me what ya think!!

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    They're both nice but I really like the 2nd one! Nice work yo! The background might be a little distracting but it seems to work for me!


    Zach :D
     
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    wow those are awesome, 2nd pic is great, i agree with zach the backround is a little distracting, but still nice capture.
     
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    Yes the second one gets my vote as well. Great colors in the background and not too distracting. I think it adds dimension and depth.

    EDIT: After looking again my eye does wander HARD left to the puprle thing at the edge. I would move her over another 2 feet personally.
     
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    also, regarding the 2nd one... i wish there was a little more light in her face.
     
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    nice eyes
     
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    I like the second one as well...Actually I like it with less light on her face. Normally I would agree, but this one works just how it is.

    BTW-the model is beautiful!
     
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    YEP!
     
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    The in-focus face and lighter hands fight with each other a little. I'd like to see more light on her face, myself. The purple acts like a bullseye for my eye. It's a stronger draw than her face right now, so I would crop it out. I really enjoy the shot, otherwise.
     
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    2nd one is great. Feel like it captures her perky personality.

    (God - I must be getting old. Since when does a bloke notice a lovely girl's perky personalities??!!)
     
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    Hahah Ducky, no need to alert the authorites... yet ;)

    Im also a fan of the second one, it seems very personal.
     

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