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    Official Vermont Photo Mod WannaBe_80z's Avatar
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    Lady in the blue dress

    well it's the same lady as usual but I kinda like her so

    These were taken when I had the 5D Mark II + 24-105

    Just realized after uploading that they probably should have been sharpened a little more...

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    These were mistakes from the lights being too close and were actually test shots but I kept them for some reason and just played with some B&W with them...

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    Comment/Crits as usual. Tried doing some more dodging/burning then I usually do. It's amazing how much different you can make a photo look by doing it...
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    For me the sharpness is just right...I think too many photos are a lot over sharpened.
    Photographers to often follow the idea, the sharper the better is the photo
    Your lady shows great posing and a lot of tension in her body...good lighting in 2+3, love the light from the back, the last two are 'eye shots' from the best...the first is not so interesting as she seems to be a bit lost in the huge attick...good how you are hiding the light in her back...
    Great job!!
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    Thanks for the comments. After relooking over them all I think they sharpening it fine as well it's just the difference from my tiff in photoshop to the jpeg uploaded to flickr is so different.

    I randomly posted on facebook "who has weird crazy dresses they want to model" and a girl I used to have class with might be back in town at the end of the month and she has a hand sewn renaissance dress- so I am pretty excited for that. I have to get some locations picked out now!
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    I like number 4 the best! could look nicer with a darker bg too.

    Not a big fan of the lighting on the others. If you want less of a flat light effect, try bringing the light source closer, or shooting against darker bg areas.

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    Girl with blue color dress i like most. She looks very beautiful and expressions are awesome.

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    Sweet lady Your capturing style is awesome. Photography's are wonderful. Keep it up.

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