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    Set up shot and result shot. Plus a few more awesome shots.

    Set up..



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    If you enjoy the photos, please take the time to visit either of my websites or follow me on facebook and twitter. Thanks for checking out the work in advance.

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    The wind shot is my favorite...but I'm not diggin the crimped hair. IMO it looks too white trash. But Damn does she have a rockin body!!
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    That's not wind, that's simulated by fanning her with a reflector...hahaha, trick of the trade. The crimps were a great look for her, not white trash at all. She has butt length stringy hair and we wanted a very urban and edgy looking volume, so we crimped and then ratted. It was a mane, for sure.

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    Definitely urban! I do love me some long hair
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    I'm digging the crimped hair. Your photography really captures it well.

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    I like the first setup shot best. Something about the transparency of the clothes.
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    Also, I see Michelle Daniels in the first picture. FTW.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hornung418 View Post
    Definitely urban! I do love me some long hair
    As a photographer, I hate long hair...It takes longer to prepare and it gets in the way when I shoot. Although, it does make for a fun prop to style and work with.

    Quote Originally Posted by Marcus-SanDiego View Post
    I'm digging the crimped hair. Your photography really captures it well.
    Thanks Mark. Jess had amazing hair too, but it was curled under and ratted and unfortunately the humidity dropped the curls so we had to pin it up best we could for the shoot.

    Quote Originally Posted by Oli77 View Post
    I like the first setup shot best. Something about the transparency of the clothes.
    Yeah, it's almost as if you can see nothing.

    Quote Originally Posted by Marcus-SanDiego View Post
    Also, I see Michelle Daniels in the first picture. FTW.
    Michele Daniels is definitely FTW and she came through big on this shoot on more than one occasion.

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    Cool work as always, Casey. You will have to come to next year's reunion so I can get you to take a few shots of my clunker.
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