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From a fun dusk shoot

Discussion in 'People' started by Bunic, Jun 28, 2007.

  1. Bunic


    Jun 27, 2006
    South Central PA
    Had a young friend (18 yrs) over Monday about 6:30 and ended up with lots of shots and lots of fun PPing, mostly "what's-his-name's" skin tutorial (as always!). CC welcomed.

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    I'd really like your comments on this montage. Too much?

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    Tnx! (sorry abt the size variations!)
  2. Looks as if you had a fun shoot. She sure has beautiful eyes. Very attractive young lady.
  3. The shots are nice, but the montage is a little too much for me. It might be all the sharp edges, or that there is no information on who the model is? I dont know!
  4. Lowolf


    Jan 26, 2006
    yes incredible eyes, well done the Montage has a bit to much in it but well done
  5. Nice shots. I have to agree about her eyes and the montage... I really like #2.
  6. Very pretty shots Mike. I love the nice light, it really compliments this charming young lady.
  7. Bunic


    Jun 27, 2006
    South Central PA
    Chris C.
    Tnx! Her eyes are what drove me to ask her to shoot. Also numerous facial expressions.

    Tnx! I had too many to pick from. She had four outfits and I found at least 2-3 decent ones of each - it was hard deciding what to keep and what to leave out.

    Tnx! Again - it was her eyes that got me going. I'm giving her and her folks an 8X10 of the montage somewhat reluctantly because of its complexity.

    Tnx! I love your handling of light lately. I couldn't believe what I saw in my camera when I moved in for #2! Although you can't tell, she is posing on a steamer trunk that my grandmother used to come through Ellis Isand from Romania over 100 years ago!

    Tnx! My favorite place to shoot - the end of my carport!
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