Some C&C appreciated.

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  1. AdrianBetti

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    Regarding the temperature, I was going for somewhat of a old film style look . I'm not sure if I blew it or not... but I think the last one could be turned down a bit. I told the model not to cheese grin me but I found out later that her facial expressions looked better when she showed just a little bit of teeth. We got to location kind of late because of uh... well, you know and I didn't have time to set up my reflector before the sunset and I should have. Ok, nuff with the excuses. Ah, reshoot.
     
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    Her facial expressions (the expressionless stare) look the same in every photo, and it doesn't seem to fit the mood of the scene you are capturing.
     
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    Ok, I appreciate the feedback. How about the other parts to the photograph, like the composition, lighting, etc... I'm not sure if a cheezy smile would fit this scene either... or would it?
     
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    The last one is my fave :) I love how she is on the far left of the photo.

    Not too crazy about the third one, her pose seems weird to me
     
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    I like these, the second one needs to be straightened and the last few are a little soft but all in all I like them. To your comment on trying to get an older style film, I'd say you did not accomplish that, but like I said I like them.
     
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    The model and the location are great elements. The way you have put them together is a little tough. Photos 1 & 3 are distracting because of the rail. Photos 2 & 4 are closer, but her bod seems to be in an awkward position. Side views in general are really tough.

    When shooting; first consider the models shape and accentuate that. Start with the model at 3/4 and go from there. Try everything. I enjoy her serious look, but switch emotions with every frame. Try pensive, inviting and pissed off.

    I think the golden tones work well with the environment.

    Love & Bass
     
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    DAMN, she has got some curves!
     
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    My fav is #5 I like the composition and the pose on my monitor the color temp is a tad low but I'm not color corrected or anything #3 has the best color on my monitor and it would be my favorite if cropped to look like #2 (I think) it fits her facial expression best I guess I think the way her body is seated on the lader there doesn't quite work for her body.
     

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