Sr. Portraits ~edited C&C

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  1. kelli_anne

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    I saw the original set and didn't comment. These have been edited in such a way as to have some real "verve". I think her skin tone and hair color in the first shot looks a bit too-light in value, compared with the beautiful saturation in the second shot. You've made a remarkable transformation between the originals and these. As senior portraits, this trio goes a long way in capturing your sister's youthful beauty and appearance; in the future both near and long-term, people will be able to look at these photos and get a real feel for what your sister looked liked as a senior,so you've succeeded in making good senior portraits. Good job!
     
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    #1 Great expression and angle, but it seems a little flat. Adding a little contrast would improve it greatly.
    #2 The color is fantastic! The pose, expression and angle are all nice. I think there is a little bit too much negative space at the top though.
    #3 Another good image, but it seems a little blown out on her forehead.

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    Thank you both for you C&C! Keep them coming!
     

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