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Nice composition. but the colors and the light are not what I do for family portraits. I love the pp but not for this kind of photography...They look grudge and scary, but again it's just my opinion. Adams family style :p
I like how you cropped them but that blurry foggy instagram style it doesn't look good for art portraiture. I almost thought you forgot to make the contrast adjustments.
Overall I like the #1 and #3 (last one tells a story of a generation).
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I like them and the color. You blended in the wood tones and fall color to give it a warm, nostalgic feel. I am no expert but I see these as very well done. I would frame them and hang on a wall proudly if it were my family. I would clone out the yellow spot in the upper left in the last one, my favorite.

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Nice composition. but the colors and the light are not what I do for family portraits. I love the pp but not for this kind of photography...They look grudge and scary, but again it's just my opinion. Adams family style :p
I like how you cropped them but that blurry foggy instagram style it doesn't look good for art portraiture. I almost thought you forgot to make the contrast adjustments.
Overall I like the #1 and #3 (last one tells a story of a generation).
Chris n.

Thank you for the feedback. I was going for the dramatic lighting in the first pic. I agree it is a little too much for the rest. What would be the best option to fix that? Turn the strobes down? Let more ambient light in? I wanted to have a reflector on the other side to bounce some light back in but didn't get the chance.
 
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I like them and the color. You blended in the wood tones and fall color to give it a warm, nostalgic feel. I am no expert but I see these as very well done. I would frame them and hang on a wall proudly if it were my family. I would clone out the yellow spot in the upper left in the last one, my favorite.

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Thank you very much. I'll work on the pp on the last one, lose the filter and get rid of the yellow.
 

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