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09/11/2010 - 4:30 AM

pretty in pink

pretty in pinkHi Pete. I have considered all the rest of your photo's almost like a "readers wives" gallery which I know some people dont like, especially some of the more "arty" photographers who have high opinions of themselves as photographers. I am a little more "live and let live".

However if you do want to improve then there are some basic rules (according to me that is). Keep unnessesary junk and clutter out of your photos, get rid of distractions (patterned cusions etc) make the shot as simple as possible and try the get your models to pose in a complimentary manner.

Any photographer will tell you, getting the lighting right is the key, as it makes or breaks a photo. Light can be manipulated in so many ways, and to even to try to start to explain would take forever. experiment and learn !

This shot has the makings of something that could be alot better !

On a different note ! Do women really wear bikini's this small ? I must be going to the wrong beaches, or just getting to old to notice ?

Glyn