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  1. p simmons 72 months ago | reply

    just making sure my fellow "flickerers" are practicing good hygiene!!

  2. p simmons 72 months ago | reply

    you or the hubby shoot these?

  3. Girl_On_E 72 months ago | reply

    me of course... i tend to specify if it's AJ.
    this was done at arms length with a 50mm...super hard to do...

  4. ako may camera 72 months ago | reply

    lol...why no butt shots?...:(

  5. IvaYaneva 72 months ago | reply

    you did that at arms length? wow :)
    you know, its really great to have you back on flickr.. all those fashion photographs are really amazing, but your self portraits just have your spirit.

  6. bigcatwcu 72 months ago | reply

    Great composition of the shots. Well laid out too. Keep up the good work.

  7. Carlos (Barcelona) 72 months ago | reply

    Plus a beauty session

  8. Girl_On_E 72 months ago | reply

    Iva, I'm really happy to be back! I do love SPs! It's fun and definitely different from fashion photography

  9. Doctornick.99 72 months ago | reply

    Yup, gotta agree with manipula, your progression from snapshooter to pro model to photog shooting in Manual mode is pretty cool! Being a model and rubbing shoulders with pro photogs certainly has rubbed off on your photo skills! Great evolution!

  10. Girl_On_E 72 months ago | reply

    Haha! Um, to be honest, the pro modeling part only improved my posing skills, not photography skills in any way. Most fashion photogs shoot in Auto mode and don't know how to edit their own images. I definitely had nothing to learn from them...unfortunately.

  11. manipula 72 months ago | reply

    This makes me cry! You've no idea how much I'd kill to be them, and yet they, the photographers with the best jobs in the world, know so little they couldn't teach you anything!? *sigh*

  12. Girl_On_E 72 months ago | reply

    Manipula, it is sad. I mean of course top top photographers like Meisel or Klein, etc.. are great!!!!
    But middle of the road pro photog really don't have much to offer.

  13. .....Just Pete 72 months ago | reply

    great composition, great subject.

    the best way i find to get better with the camera is always to use manual mode and master the settings. You obviously don't have a problem mastering the settings

    well done!!

    :)

  14. kristintrummer 72 months ago | reply

    wow. the lighting is gorgeous here. wonderful job.

  15. Andreas Climent | Flickrista.com 70 months ago | reply

    Nice shots. Really like the soft light and the collection of snapshots.

    This photo will be featured on Flickrista soon.

  16. itsartdammit 70 months ago | reply

    just wonderful, great compilation!!

  17. hiphophitler [deleted] 69 months ago | reply

    this is special

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