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Old Feb 9, 2006, 9:27 AM   #11
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Thanks Frank for your point of view for this session.

Lot of things have been said which are new to me and I appriciate it.

Some things I don't even know (like Sekonic L358 ) but will look on to learn of them.

In any case, hope to have better photos inthe nextsession...:|

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Old Feb 10, 2006, 3:37 PM   #12
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Hey really nice shots man

I think this is your best shoot yet. I actually likeall the shots ll round.

Really nice work Zak



1 and 3 aremy favs. Real nice lighting and detail on 3she just needs topdrop here shoulder in 3



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Old Feb 10, 2006, 5:26 PM   #13
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Thanks man, really I appriciate.
It was solid session and still I' looking for improvement.
My personal opinion is that session with BOJANA (here you can see her photos also) was much better session...

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Old Feb 11, 2006, 6:52 PM   #14
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Zak,

I am new to posting, but have loved taking pictures my whole life. I am going to be taking a photography class soon, as all of my work has been through observing others, and just taking pictures. I have always had a camera attached to my wrist and people are surprised when I don't bring it with me. sooo..just my thoughts...

:idea: You seem to really capture the young lady's inner esence. I think it is very important as you she seems confortable to be herself and you are eable to bring out that relaxed part of her.

As for the lighting and shadows... I think the lighting is a bit harsh and can be softened a bit. I actually like the wind look, I think it creates a different look. I remember my childhood friend and I actually tried to create that look in 6th grade with a fan when we were trying to be models and photographers.... :G

The picure with the hand looks a bit staged... I am not sure what you were going for and whether you intended the hand to be blurred or not, but I think if you either make it more blurred or not blurred it would look better.

Thanks for sharing your pictures.:bye:
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