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Got to play with my new 40" soft box umbrella.

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Would this frame be an issue due to cropping of her head?

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I don't see the cropping of her head as a problem. But the way that she's leaning back, and you're shooting straight onto her makes her head look small. She's a pretty girl, but she does have big hips and I personally would have shot from a little higher to give better proportions.

As for both images, they're both nice. The first one is a tad washed out in color for my taste though. :)
 
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"Fat bottom girls make the world go 'round". :) I don't really think she has big hips.

I like them but I think they're a bit desaturated? I would like to see more color to them.
 
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The edits were done for prints, usually you get a little more punch on the paper.

She does have wide hips though, pretty challenging to get the pose just right.

Thanks guys!
 

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