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--- Quote from: madelaide on March 25, 2011, 16:56 ---
--- Quote from: lisafx on March 25, 2011, 16:40 ---I agree with Elena's comment about using common sense. 
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And do you know anyone who says he/she doesn't have common sense?  ;D

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If it was so common, we'd all have it? ???

I already decided that too many choices are a waste of space and energy. Two maybe three good shots is enough, the rest are just hoping that one inch different is meaningful, when it's not. So maybe one portrait, one landscape, or one square and after that, you've got it covered.

If there is a significant difference, the pose, the model, the clothes, something distinctive and different, yes. But please no girl on bicycle and there are a dozen different arm positions and then a dozen different expressions. More is not always better. Sometimes it dilutes the image and makes it look common and less distinctive, so no sale.


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