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i know people that work at local hooters in Melbourne fl she want me to take pictures this way. so i want to know did good job or not. she had me use widows photo. so here pictures or picture if need to make more then one post  


 


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My take is on the rendition side as this example and

suggestion show… on a low-res jpg.

 

WB tweak, straighten and minor cosmetic touch-ups:

 

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only have nikon and window photo for editing. also i had to do way Christina wanted too. 



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only have nikon and window photo for editing. also i had to do way Christina wanted too. 

 

 

You mean she wanted the blue over tones and the tilted horizon?



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You mean she wanted the blue over tones and the tilted horizon?

since she was some  what the client. i had to do the editing her way. since that way she want them i do not have photoshop or light room i have gimp but need to learn how to use it better. and she wanted them done so fast i had to do way she want them. she very pick person. i want to learn how to take portraits shots right way but she wants her stuff her way. so hard for me learn how to do it right way. she does not like shadows on body or pictures have any darkness wants to be close to some brightness but not a lot. she hates see darkness in her pictures. i thank you guy's for all help. since your teaching me how to get right way and not some what right. 



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What the customer wants does matter, but...

 

Once you have taken the images and gotten the customer's guidance, you still need to edit the images as appropriate.  The customer doesn't need to be involved in the editing process.  Even if they are, leveling the horizon and a few other quick changes are normal steps in the editing process that should occur to any image.  You also have a few images where the subject(s) feet are cut off or they are not centered which make the image look more like a snap shot than a photograph.  I would be willing to bet that the customer would not have an issue with the improvements that can be done quickly and easily.  Either way, I would likely still edit the image the way I think it should be done so they see the difference.