Senior portrait shoot C&C welcome

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  1. KAikens318

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    This was my first actual photo shoot, she loved the pics :D

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    Good pictures, just random questions and comments that you probably shouldnt really take into FULL consideration, but maybe a little :p

    Just me or is it a bit desaturated as in colors are bland?
    Those slippers in last pictures have got 2 go... :p
     
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    Beautiful Girl.

    That being said... I think a number of them are underexposed

    Also I would suggest getting away from the tree, it's a bit cliche (though I do cliche shots as well). Which isn't necessarily bad, but when that's I'm shown I long for a bit more.

    oh, and 5 ftw.
     
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    The scenery was really bland but we are at that point where the grass is dead and so are the leaves. :)

    I asked her if she wanted to cut out the shoes and she said no because they are part of an inside joke with her and some of her classmates
     
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    ftw?
     
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    For The Win
     
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    Oh Lol, thanks.

    She picked number 3 for the yearbook photo.
     
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    They were all underexposed, some of them by several stops. The last one would have been so wonderful with a horizontal frame and composition that captured her legs as well.
     
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    i agree, they all need quite a bit more exposure.
     
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    More exposure needed, like everyone else already said, and they are currently much too soft so adding some sharpness will make these images a lot better too
     
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    Loved the last one most......all others seems very cool....but could be better if it's bit more exposed.
     
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    #'s 1 and 4 are way too soft. The focal point is on the tree.

    And overall, they are underexposed, by at least one stop, some by two.

    And #1 looks like you fired the on board flash, try to stay away from the on board flash as it gives a very unflattering flatness to the lighting.
     

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