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Just found this web site and I'm eager to get another point of view! Please CC!!!!!
I rushed home after to work today to get some pics of my neice before she was off to prom.

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3) No flash,,,dead batteries...note to self......batteries,batteries, batteries!

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Thanks in advance!!!
 
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Raul, these are really great. You should embed them in the post though so that people won't pass over them... Very nice work here...I look forward to seeing more from you.
 
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Thanks Joshua!

How would I go about embedding them?
Well, they're showing up in the post now. They were just showing up as the URL before. I'm not sure what has changed..but anyway...they look great! What sort of setup did you use?
 
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Well, they're showing up in the post now. They were just showing up as the URL before. I'm not sure what has changed..but anyway...they look great! What sort of setup did you use?
You were correct Joshua....my first attempt at posting only posted the links. I thought I pulled it for editing right away so when you mentioned embedding the photos I thought they were still failing to appear.

Anyway.....
1)D70, AP, 70mm (70-200)at 2.8, fill flash w/ my sb600.

2)Same set up

3)No fill as my batteries decided to give up.

Thanks for taking the time out to comment!
 
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Raul, these are beautiful shots of a stunning young lady. Background is nice as well, although just a tweak here and there may help.
#1, a white reflector (poster board or??? ) just off subject's right elbow would kick a little of the gorgeous sunlight back on to the right side of her face towards the camera.
#2
She looks alittle hunched over, maybe if she straghtened her torso and left elbow, jewlery too, but I know thats picky :~) also the lounge chairs behind her are distracting, same type of shot with that waterfall in the background at a lo f stop to blur it into a nice bokeh would be cool. Love that smile btw.
3rd, cute, but the chrome door handle is distracting.
Also if there's a next time,.. (prom.. yea right) post the pix a little larger
Keep 'em coming Buddy !
 
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Raul, these are beautiful shots of a stunning young lady. Background is nice as well, although just a tweak here and there may help.
#1, a white reflector (poster board or??? ) just off subject's right elbow would kick a little of the gorgeous sunlight back on to the right side of her face towards the camera.
#2
She looks alittle hunched over, maybe if she straghtened her torso and left elbow, jewlery too, but I know thats picky :~) also the lounge chairs behind her are distracting, same type of shot with that waterfall in the background at a lo f stop to blur it into a nice bokeh would be cool. Love that smile btw.
3rd, cute, but the chrome door handle is distracting.
Also if there's a next time,.. (prom.. yea right) post the pix a little larger
Keep 'em coming Buddy !
Jim, thanks for taking time out to give such a detailed critique. I do need to start playing w/ reflectors.
Your correct about the chairs. I didn't "see" them until I downloaded and thought dag nabbit!
I definitely need to learn PP. Once again Jim, thanks! Your points are well taken abd I will work on em.
 

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