Senior photos

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  1. DRoberts

    DRoberts TPF Noob!

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    Terrible light and weather, but was only day to do this. Comments and suggestions welcome. Best viewed full size

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    I think bad weather is even better for senior photos. Makes a good background for this style.
    Sunny days are for wedding.
     
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    I think in the 2nd one his pose is a little bit awkward, looks a little unnatural and forced.

    I really just think its the way his arm is on his leg.
     
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    +1 for the awkward stance in the second one.
     
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    I think the thing that is buggin' me about #2 is the whole crotch shot thing. One of the "no-no's" in photography is the crotch shot. The first one is my fave. I agree that inclement weather makes awesome photos! Great job!
     
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    They all appear a little flat to me, which can probably be fixed in PP. I personally like cloudy weather myself, you don't have to watch blown areas as much.

    Also, in the first one, from the angle of the shot, he looks GINORMOUS in comparison to his car to me. He looks like a giant with a little car.
     

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