First try using strobes

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#1 and #2 are really nice. I like both. #3 almost works, but the shadow on one side of her face (due to her hair) is just too dark for me. A reflector or a fill light camera left would have definitely helped with that.

#4 is great on the lighting, pose, and I like her serious look. But her legs and bikini bottom aren't flattering at all.

#5 is well lit, and I like the pose. But her butt crease is distracting.

#6 and #7 don't work for me, but that's just me.

#8 is fantastic. I just wish that she was looking at the camera with a playful smile. That would have fit well with the great lighting and the massive amount of color in the shot. Something with her smiling at you with her legs crossed sitting kinda' side-saddle on the seat of the quad, or maybe with her leaning forward, gritting her teeth looking camera right would have been cool.

#9 is great, but the shadow across the center of her face is a bit much for me. Also, bathing suit is a little bunches and her left knee is locked, creating an uncomfortable look with her hand on her hip.

I hope it's okay that I offered CC.
 
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Of course, thanks. So it looks like my lighting isnt too bad other then moving them a little to fix shadows in certain areas.
Hows this one?

 

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