Senior portraits

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  1. CrazyAva

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    Just wanted to get some opinions on these. I shot them this weekend at Balboa Park in San Diego, CA

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    Nice stuff. I like 2,3, and 4 the most :)
     
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    I'm not normally a fan of b/w but these are nice. I like the deatils and contrast the b/w brings out. 2&3 in particular.
     
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    nice series... i like 2, 3, and 7... :thumbup:
     
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    nice series! #4 and 7 for me :D love the bw conversions
    tfs :)
     
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    I love your signature, CrazyAva. I need a Canon fairy, too! :D
     
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    Thanks everyone.

    WNK haha. I think all of us Canon users would like one of those ;)
     
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    lovely portraits.
    i like them all. really good job.
     
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    Thanks dude. I had a ton of fun and actually shot over 300 pictures that day. It was just such a beautiful place and my creativity was flowing. There were quite a few though that her highly reflective shirt ruined the shots and I couldn't get it just right where it wouldn't while keeping her evenly lit. Just a pain that shirt was!
     
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    Gorgeous photos!! Can I ask a learner question and ask what camera and lens you use? xx
     
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    #3 and #7 for me.

    #3 is the strongest image, imho, I really love it, GREAT job. It's one of those frames that just grabs you, and doesn't let go.

    #7, love the angle, and those eyes just draw you in. I might tone down the hot spot on the tip of her nose a bit though.

    Really nice B&W conversions!!
     
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    Hell, I'd just settle for an "L" fairy!:mrgreen: :mrgreen:

    I noticed you took these in San Diego. I was born there, and moved away when I was 5. So weird that you pop up with these today, night before last I woke up in the middle of the night with a sudden flood of memories from SD. I remembered the elementary school where I attended the first half of kindergarten, where it was located in relation to my house. I googled it, then mapped it, and sure enough, there was the street I used to live on. Weird!!
     

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