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What is really interesting is you are shooting upwards in some of the shots. It seems more intimate that way.  Love it.

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55 minutes ago, lpeeples said:

What is really interesting is you are shooting upwards in some of the shots. It seems more intimate that way.  Love it.

I'm typically shooting from a little above the waist, except the the coffee cup one they are all 'hip shot' 

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Am 4.2.2020 um 05:29 schrieb lpeeples:

What is really interesting is you are shooting upwards in some of the shots. It seems more intimate that way.  Love it.

hip shots i guess, but you are right

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