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A few from a session

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    This is a few more from the session of my earlier post. Any input on the processing or critique on the images is welcome. Thank you for viewing.
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    Really nice set Lorey. She has lovely eyes and you have captured them very well. I also like the framing from the window.

    Of the 3, I prefer the pose in the first one. To me if looks more natural.

    I like the B & W processing and I am wondering what the first one would look like in B & W

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    Quote Originally Posted by Runmonty View Post
    Really nice set Lorey. She has lovely eyes and you have captured them very well. I also like the framing from the window.

    Of the 3, I prefer the pose in the first one. To me if looks more natural.

    I like the B & W processing and I am wondering what the first one would look like in B & W
    Thank you Runmonty. I agree the pose does look more natural in the first one. Here is the b&w version of it.

    Have a great day!

    Lorey

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    Very nicely done Lorey. Love the b&w for these on all, and that retake on the last is beautiful.
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