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  1. #1
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    Steampunk World's Faire Fashion Show

    I shot the fashion show last weekend and then did a shoot for designer Kristin Costa on a patch of grass at the edge of the hotel's parking lot.

    I'm trying to edit this shoot down to the best images and could use some suggestions. A few had really bad pp and will be easy to eliminate

    Appreciate anybody who has time to offer up their opinions. Thanks.

    http://gallery.me.com/rjverlaque#100...w=mosaic&sel=0
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    Looks pretty good, did you go under the trees to avoid the harsh daylight sun?

    Is the other photo gallery yours too? Nice setting there
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    The choice to shoot under the trees was made for a few reasons: avoiding the harsh light, wanting to have a pleasant background (the other choices were parking lot or chain fence), and the fact that close to 100 models from various designers left the building after the shoot to go smoke and relax and there were no other outdoor spots to choose from

    Yes, the other gallery is also mine. That was shot in a studio in NYC and on its rooftop.
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    Nice work but it's hard to help you cull your shots.

    I prefer your shots that de-emphasise the bokeh as those branches aren't doing you any favours.
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