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    ...for a photo shoot.

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    wow, wasn't expecting these at all. I like the second one but wonder if you could possible clone out the bit hanging from the tree on the left? Good set!!
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    Wow, I love #2! Great job

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    more! more! more!
    I love them - did you take a lot more? Let's see em!

    Always love your work (and your unique style) and it's so crazy how your friend on the left looks like a girl i grew up w/ - it bugs me out everytime!
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    I don't like the extreme contrast effect like in #1 for people's faces.

    #2 is sweet! I like it exactly as it is. Thought-provoking because it is so out there. Almost gives the appearance of a missed shot, but the viewer has to ask "why did you take this shot?" And there is no answer, it stupefies me, but when you add in the fact that it is a well-taken shot, it adds to the mystery and appeal of the photograph.

    #3 is ho-hum.

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    Thank you, tigerlilly. I see what you mean about the one hanging part of the tree, thanks.

    Jen, I took a lot more, yes, but my internet was so slow yesterday, uploading them took forever! i'll try to get more up later, Thanks !!

    Kennys, i understand your opinion on the extreme contrast of the faces. I know that a lot of people don't like that look, but i really love that extreme contrast, i think it's just my style, but thanks for your opinion and honesty, i appreciate it.
    And thanks a lot for your comments ont he second one! I'm glad you like it!

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    I am in LOVE with them! They are totally my style in so many ways! The contrast, black and white, outside with trees.. amazing!


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