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Here's another couple of images that I liked from this shoot. Enjoy!

Added this one today:

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Being a ballet dancer certainly helps with posing! Thanks for the input...
 
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One more of AE that I just put some finishing touches on:

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Thanks Mike. I'll be doing an outdoor ballet shoot with this young lady this Fall, so hopefully more nice shoots then, too...
 
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In my humble opinion the first one is the best of the series. When posing the female subject special attention should be paid to the hands. The feminine hand looks better when positioned laterally to the camera, which you did with her right hand. The left was improperly posed. I am quite sure you can tell the difference.

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Wow William, I did not know that! Something else to be paying attention to when shooting... Fortunately this young lady's hands look good either way. I do agree that some hands are not so "dainty"... :)

Here's one that I believe does follow your rule:

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The last is by far my fav! And not "just" because of the hands! LOL!

I really like the first image, but her angled posture unsettles the image for me. She is a very, very beautiful young lady!
 
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great job! I love them all! The tones of the 2nd one scream to be printed on a large canvas! :)
 
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Thanks clbd39! I'm still waiting to see which one of several hundred they choose for the yearbook. Clients usually surprise me...
 
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I think I prefer #3 as my favorite of the bunch because it shows off her beautiful hair and eyes the best. Simply beautiful hair......well done.
 
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Thanks Mark! I agree that #3 is probably my favorite as well.
 
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Thank you Classic Man! Here's another one that stood out. SOOC except for adjustments to WB:

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