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    Portraits for my sisters graduation. thoughts?

    Portraits for my sisters graduation. thoughts?

    Portraits for my sisters graduation. thoughts?

    Portraits for my sisters graduation. thoughts?

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    Willie or Jiro is fine by me.

    Re: Portraits for my sisters graduation. thoughts?

    Among the three, I would go for #3. You might probably want to try doing some white balance adjustment to further give her the beauty she deserves.

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    Re: Portraits for my sisters graduation. thoughts?

    thanks jiro. i will do that. i havent done anything except smoothing out her face n stuff like that

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    Re: Portraits for my sisters graduation. thoughts?

    I'd go with Willie's view. #1 is a straight on headshot - don't think it works. #2 is a nice shot (though you need to take out that mark on the upper sleeve of the jumper she's wearing).

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    Re: Portraits for my sisters graduation. thoughts?

    thanks for the reply donald. i know i need to get rid of that stain on her shirt. shes been bugging me about it haha

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    Re: Portraits for my sisters graduation. thoughts?

    Lovely sister! I wish I had a sister that pretty. Heck, I wish I had a sister, period.

    Very nice pictures but, color balance needs to be tweeked in #'s 2 & 3, and the partial hand at the bottom of the frame in #3 bothers me...

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