Reina

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OK, so here I'm with some new shots, implementing all the tips i got from u Nikon people, all critics are welcome!




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thanks for watching!
 
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yeah! i don't know y they came out blurry :( the model was so shy to the camera it was hard to get a natural smile from her.
 
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Jodomo, I think the shots (besides the blurriness of 2 and 4) are nice, but her facial expression definitely doesn't do much for these images.

To be honest, she is pretty, but her smile is definitely funky. Next time, try having her look to her side, or down, or angled, and don't have her smile. It'll distract her from the fact that you're pointing a camera at her, and give her something else to think about.

#1 is really nice, but I like #3 the best. I just wish that you couldn't see her 10% smile and her little bit of teeth, and that her right hand wasn't so tensed up on the bricks. The lighting is great on this one.

In #6, her mouth open is just too weird for me. I probably wouldn't include this image to her if I were you.

Keep up at it!
 
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yeah! i don't know y they came out blurry :( the model was so shy to the camera it was hard to get a natural smile from her.

you were using a 70-200mm @ 200mm and 1/500 shutter speed and looks like you had shake on that image. hand holding 200mm can be tricky at times.
 
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#5 looks good to me. I like her pose, and the style of the picture. Shame there is blur on some of the other pictures though...
 

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