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Old Nov 17, 2005, 11:19 AM   #11
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thank you to all that commented!! always much appreciated

widow- thanks for the posing ideas, those are the things i need to learn and work on and the help is very much appreciated

julie- its not so much that its rushed, it was that the meticulous details i pay attention to outdoors, well i know those details better.. this is my first shot at studio work and its more that its hard to keep track of all those details since i dont have the experience.. so i was fiddling with the lights alot and paying alot of attention there and then miss something else.. it will come with time and practice.. so hopefully the next shoot will go better!

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Old Nov 17, 2005, 7:03 PM   #12
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There is a small scar on her forehead that can be easily fixed.

This is one hot picture. I like the colored one much better than B/W. The flushed red hands, coupled with her expression communicates to me a certain degree of nervousness and excitement.
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Old Nov 17, 2005, 7:15 PM   #13
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thanks gep! appreciate the comments.. yea i can edit that out real quick.. glad you found it hot!!

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Old Nov 17, 2005, 11:11 PM   #14
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OK DUSTIN you ready!

WOW you nailed this shot it's beautiful!!!!!!!!

Stunning!!!!!
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Old Nov 18, 2005, 1:03 AM   #15
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thank you very much gemini.. much appreciated and thanks for the comments!!

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Old Nov 18, 2005, 4:57 AM   #16
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This is a better one. Black and white is good here too.

Left shoulder bit to hot compared with the rest which is spot on.

Pose /feet could be tidied up. Theres also a lot going on with the bed and background, but is a good one in general

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I do appreciate all the comments I have read since I learn from them, but I have an odd question, reading from the comments, it like folks are looking for a perfect shot. Is such a thing really possible given that we do not control 100 % all the factors involved in taking a shot. Dustin, what do you say?

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Old Nov 18, 2005, 8:26 AM   #18
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I don't think anyones expecting a perfect shot. Taste and opinions vary so a perfect shot to one will not be to another. As far as control goes, I think with studio photography you have as near to 100% control over the shot as you could expect since you are controlling the lighting, colors and background. The model has alot to do with that percentage depending on their comfort level, features and willingness among other things.

I try to critique photos by how I would like mine critiqued, so any detail that can pointed out I take as a way to improve.
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Old Nov 18, 2005, 11:30 AM   #19
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thanks LB..

appreciate the comments.. i am still messing with the original.. so hopefully it will get where it needs to be..


Aumma- no shot is going to be perfect. but that doesnt keep it from being good. but by hearing what keeps it from being perfect, on our next shot, we will be closer to perfect.. and thus improved..
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