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    Here's my final 21 - but I need one gone - anyone care to take a look - need honest cc! thanks!

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    Cassandra Sullivan, CPP
    Massachusetts CPP Liason

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    Hi Cassandra
    Very nice images. You should have no problem with the image review. I would not use the last image of the bride. Again very nice work.
    Dennis Spaziano CPP. D.C.PH.
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    Hi Cassandra.

    I'm still working on getting mine together, so take what I say with a grain of salt, but number 11 looks like the one side of her face needs to be tweaked with liquify a little. Her cheekbone looks like it sticks out some. Other than that, I like them all. Good luck - though it looks like you don't really need it.
    Angela Lawson CPP
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    Hey, Cassandra! When you filled out your application, did you put down 100% portrait, or was there any percentage in wedding? I would say if you put down 100% portrait, then don't include the bride.

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    I don't know the ins and outs of the review, but I would leave out the 4th from last. It is a b&w and I just don't like the pose as much as your others.

    Good luck.
    Julie

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    #16 looks like you shot with the wrong lens choice; it feels like you were right on top of them. Great submissions; you shouldn't have any trouble.
    Last edited by Art_Wright; 04-21-2008 at 09:17 PM.
    Art Wright CPP, Team Recon,

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    The one of Kelly - try a touch of contrast, saturation, and a warm tone.
    STEFF (not StePH)

    Stephanie Millner Cr.Photog., CPP

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    Thanks for all your opinions! You've all pointed out stuff that I didn't notice before.
    Cassandra Sullivan, CPP
    Massachusetts CPP Liason

    Cassandra's Photography
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    #7..I think I'd do something about the catchlights. Remove them totally then bring them back at 10:00 or 2:00.
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    The last one, the bride, does seem to stick out, unless you have weddings as 5% of your business and you need that one. (is that how the math works out, one photo is 5%?). Otherwise #7 could go.

    Looks like a good body of work, you should do fine!

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