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Old Sep 13, 2005, 12:32 PM   #1
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You fing a very nice shooting target....

#1 picture is very interesting and I like it the most

#3 is my second favourite

but in global I think all of the pictures looks a little bit like to far away taken.

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Old Sep 14, 2005, 1:02 AM   #6
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Very nice...I really like the look of them all. Last one is my favorite. Some cropping may have helped, backgrounds are a little distracting in a couple of them, and an aperture adjustment might have helped highlight the model a little better. Also, the connection is evident between model and photographer, she seems at ease, and her poses are relaxed and natural. And that all adds up to very good work...best regards,

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I like #1 very much, but the background/foreground in #2,#3 are a bit busy. It distracts you a bit when all you want to do is look at the model. If you have a camera capable of doing it, you should use a larger apperature to blur the background more, although Im not sure if it will help in those particular enviroments.
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