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Old Sep 6, 2010, 11:01 AM   #11
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I like 3 and 5 the best! Nice to get your wife out and to get her to do some posing as well! Are you lucky enough to have the beach where you live or was this a little get-away? Nice set Mark
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Old Sep 6, 2010, 11:21 AM   #12
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Yes, we live next to the Mediterranean sea and this is about 700m from us I guess. My wife is great at helping me get better at portraits and posing people, she is not the most keen to do it but as long as I don't keep asking her I'm fine.
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Old Sep 6, 2010, 1:41 PM   #13
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I was just to tell you about the uber-oranges in #2. The last version is much better. Lovely pick.
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I was just to tell you about the uber-oranges in #2. The last version is much better. Lovely pick.
LOL, no need now. I really am not sure how I missed them in that one. I knew it looked a bit strange but couldn't work out why. I glad I got to the bottom of the problem.
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I love the shots Mark! Think the lightning is beautiful. Great shots.

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Very nice lighting. I will be referring to these (like a textbook) when I start really using my flash.
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I love the shots Mark! Think the lightning is beautiful. Great shots.

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Very nice lighting. I will be referring to these (like a textbook) when I start really using my flash.
Honestly I'm really at the beginning of learning how to do this properly, I'm getting better but have a way to go. When I'm back in the UK I should do better with more tools to hand.

I'm thinking of putting together an off camera flash instructional to get more people trying this out although, I don't want anyone to get better than me so might just leave it LOL.
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