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Old Oct 22, 2006, 8:53 PM   #1
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Lisa is 18 and an aspiring actress/model here in Los Angeles. See all her pics: http://imageevent.com/24peter/lisamichelle

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Old Oct 23, 2006, 3:11 AM   #2
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Number 3 is very nice, could have been better with a shallower DOF.
The last one is also nice.

A few pointers, if you don't mind.
Take care of not cutting of limbs and make sure the backgrounds are evenly lit or at least wrinkle free.

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Old Oct 23, 2006, 3:16 AM   #3
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Old Oct 23, 2006, 3:30 AM   #4
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I love number 3 and number 6. There are a few things I would change and if you want to know just ask. I don't do this type of photography but would like to in the future.

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this entire set is great mate

great model and fatastic range of looks mate

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Old Oct 23, 2006, 9:07 AM   #6
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I really like #3! Very nice.
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Frank Doorhof wrote:
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Number 3 is very nice, could have been better with a shallower DOF.
The last one is also nice.

A few pointers, if you don't mind.
Take care of not cutting of limbs and make sure the backgrounds are evenly lit or at least wrinkle free.

Greetings,
Frank
Frank - you caught me! Sorry about the hand (many have called me to task on that.) And on the background, I should have unrolled it sooner. I don't store them on the cross bar (since I set it up in my living room for each shoot) and sometimes they get a little flat back in the box.

Thanks everyone else for your comments! :-)


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Hi Peter,

This model is really really atractive and from photo #3 you can easily see that.... good capture from your side.....

Specially I see that your studio work is now changed... I mean your light set up is less harshwith lot of details and very clear shoots...nice work with the model in posing......I like it more like this session...... just keep in mind those shaddows from reflectors...... P.S. I have thesuch problems always as a reason of lack of space for proper adjustments.... do you have same problems?

Thanks for sharing.....

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Thanks Zak - lack of space is my biggest challenge. It's hard to put any room between my subject and the background. But it also forces me to learn how to light better.
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