2 photos, 1 slightly NSFW --- CC Desired.

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I know the 2nd one is slightly under-exposed on her left (right side), so I tried to edit it somewhat...but I am an idiot with photoshop lol.

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That's my attempt at editting the brightness somewhat... lol :/

Anyways, I am looking for CC. The first photo her hair may be alittle distracting? Not sure (hense why I am posting lol).
 

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In the first shot, she is oof or soft from camera shake, and in the second, her eyes are way too dark.

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The first photo is more complimentary. The second and third photos aren't showing the best angles of the model's face (her chin obviously). Perhaps a reflector on the shadow side of her face?

That's all I have to offer for now, need to study the photos more...
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Yes, yes...try to raise your eyes lol :p and thanks...I might have her face into the sun or change the angle to get a better light the next time. I agree her face is too dark, I couldn't tell that until it was too late though :/

And I wouldn't be suprised if I had messed up the focus on the first one (or just shaked a wee bit). I was standing in the lake praying that a wave wouldn't knock me off balance lol.
 

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OK so serious question here. The "rule" of portraits is to not cutoff limbs, but how does that apply to boobs? The bottom of her boob is cutoff; seems to me that the framing should be just slightly wider, or pan the camera down since there's empty space at the top.
 

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