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01-22-2018, 09:02 AM   #16
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That's an excellent result, and (in my opinion) a big improvement! Very nicely done
Thanks. Little by little. Hopefully, I'll be able to address more of this as I am shooting so I don't have to fix it in post. I'd rather the photos be as true as possible out of camera.


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I do not know how to express myself well in English.
Beware of makeup, there are too many areas of brilliance. On the second image, the turned face causes too many wrinkles on the neck.
More in the eyes, appears too much white
Thanks for your critique. I agree about the reflections. Yes, the wrinkles in the neck were inevitable with this pose, but could be changed by having her take a different position. I've done a correction to the reflections that I think are an improvement. But, I may have gone a bit far with it. In any case, here's a corrected version.

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nice images. I think the light is too direct
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Very well done! It helps when you have a beautiful subject
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nice images. I think the light is too direct
It is diffused, but not enough. Thanks for the feedback.

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Very well done! It helps when you have a beautiful subject
Thank you. And, I agree.

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I like all the shots , you've done an Awesome Job, your wife is absolutely gorgeous !! I find with Photography its to each there own! what I like ,there will always be someone else that will differ , everyone has there own style and taste ! id let you take my Family Portraits !!!
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I like all the shots , you've done an Awesome Job, your wife is absolutely gorgeous !! I find with Photography its to each there own! what I like ,there will always be someone else that will differ , everyone has there own style and taste ! id let you take my Family Portraits !!!
Thanks! I'm pretty happy with them, especially since I had zero experience with taking this type of photograph before this and it was my first attempt at using artificial lighting. Since taking them, I've been playing with Lightroom more and am much more comfortable with the software. Practice, practice...
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