Senoir Portrait

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  1. Christie Photo

    Christie Photo No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    Meysha still being picky Vicky

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    I don't get the title you've given this picture... "Senior Portrait" ? either it's the wrong title, or I want her face cream!!
     
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    Christie Photo No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    sorry... she's a High School senior. Here, we call the portaits to comemerate graduation Senior Portaits.
     
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    well, let me be the first to say :drool: :drool: :drool: :drool: :drool: no wait, HIGH SCHOOL senior portrait. that means you're not 18 yet. :shock: crap (standing with hands behind back waiting for the cuffs)
     
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    :biglaugh: Jon, We do think alike :)

    Very nice image

    Eric
     
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    She's a BABE, and I can say that because I'm 17!!! :)

    ALSO, since I've done a few Senior Portraits, I have only one beef about this shot - it's too "loose". What I mean by that is that there is way too much negative room on her sides - Senior Portraits are usually much tighter in the face/shoulders region... nothing some cropping wouldn't fix. It might be advisable to look in former yearbooks from the school you're shooting this for and seeing what they have done in the past regarding how close up a shot should be.

    Lastly, it seems a little dark, but it could be the computer I'm on...

    I like the background... I usually shoot with blue :p
     
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    Thats a good picture. I am a junior so this summer I'll be taking all my senior pics.
     
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    I think it's a good shot! When I had mine taken I had a variety of shots...some close ups and others like this and others full body, so I would say you have done a good job. Many people at my school put photos in the yearbook like this, and some used close ups, so I guess it's all up to the person! Nice work :)
     
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    Dear everyone,

    I think that this is not a yearbook picture, I believe that it is a senior photograph. The costum where I live is that you go to a photographer and spend 1 to 2 hours being photographed. These are the photographs that you send your frineds and family, as well as the photographs that you mum loves to put on the mantle for all her friends to see.

    Warm regards,
    Brett
     
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    Great photo :thumbsup: I love the lighting here, enough on her face to make that stand out but so that the rest of the photo sort of fades away. I like her pose and I like the crop. I'm sure you've taken a variety of poses so that she's got a few to choose from for yearbook.family/friends, etc.
     

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