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A few from this evening.....comments appreciated

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Thanks for looking!
 
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Firstly she a beautiful lady....I think you need to bring out her eyes a little (maybe a little post processing). Image number 2 is the best out of the series for me.
 
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Processing is a little over the top on the face...IMHO

In #1 you left pimples on her arm and shoulder, but her face looks like a barbie doll.

Clean up her skin and back off the facial processing just a little....

LOVE #3! Nice B/W and pose!
 
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Thank you to everyone for your comments. I did some work on them considering what you said and here's where I'm at.

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And I'm gonna sneak in a new #6, just because I kinda like the vintage look:
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I like them (not that I'm a professional or anything). To me, I wish her smile in #5 was not so soft. #2 is the best IMO.
 
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Nice work. I wanna shoot models but I never did before so im pretty sure ill just it up. But your shots look good
Thanks. I've never shot models either (this isn't a paid model...she's my wife) :)
She's been really supportive of this growing hobby so we went downtown yesterday to see what I could get with the new 17-55 f/2.8.

I like them (not that I'm a professional or anything). To me, I wish her smile in #5 was not so soft. #2 is the best IMO.
Thank you. I agree about #5, I'll see if there is anything I'm able to correct in pp.

1 and 4 are my faves.
Thanks Ryan, #1 is her favorite too.
 
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Debbie, I'm a complete newbie. The first time I pushed a shutter button on a camera was only 2 months ago.

Your statement begs the question - If I wasn't a newbie, what makes these images not great? :) I use this forum as a learning tool and I'd appreciate your feedback on what aspects of the photo could have been improved to be great overall.

Thank you!
 

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