Senior - studio session

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  1. Christie Photo

    Christie Photo No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    Well, the weather wasn't cooperating, so we didn't get the outdoor session done. This is the studio portion of the session.

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    I'm going to feel like a grandma when I say, "Sit up straight!"

    Your photos are great, however.
     
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    Wow Pete! All are gorgeous! I'm not so down on the slumping as kids do that......Seems more real.
    Beautiful stuff!
     
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    They are all great shots Pete, but in that last one, the light you've created is really magical.
     
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    Very professional and polished! I love them Pete. Nice variety of studio shots.

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    very nice work. It isn't your fault but she looks better in every other one than the first one. The crop on the last one would have been better on the first one I think.
     
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    I know slumping is a personality thing so what can you do but it really irks me only cause I'm a mom and I'm just always saying that... "Sit up straight." lol I love them and hopefully someday I can produce something even half as good indoors as you've got here! My indoor skills are nonexistant!
     
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    Very inspiring for me Pete. I am always looking to emulate what you create in your photographs. I just wish i had the time...
     
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    You took the words right out of my mouth. Otherwise, the shots are great.
     
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    Haha I was thinking the EXACT same thing!!! The photos are great, but she needs to straighten up!! :)
     
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    I agree. I like the series but the last one really stands out to me. The lighting and sharpness of her eyes really draws me in as a viewer. Nicely done!
     
  12. Christie Photo

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    Thanks to everyone for taking time to comment. Matt, Alison... I wasn't certain about the lighting on the last one. I positioned the sofbox directlly above her, turned the fill aside, and moved the reflector in close. I don't very often light this way. I think I'll try working this way a bit more.

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