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    Default Four sisters.

    Hello fellow comrades photographers ;)

    I like to share a quartet portrait of four sisters. I was contacted by the youngest one, to be married soon, requesting a "creative" portrait/solution as present for her mother. The concept revolved around capturing separate portraits, with emphasis on their characters - it was one of those, busy people, "creative" session (obviously time is of essence)

    Family portrait - four sisters by Nikolay Mirchev, on Flickr

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    Very creative and it brought a smile to my face. I'm sure they will have been exceptionally pleased with the result

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    John

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    I don't usually include people in my photographs, unless they're my grandchildren or they're on a motorbike belting round Brands Hatch. I don't even tend to look at 'portrait' type shots. To be honest, I saw the title 'Four sisters' and assumed it was a landscape shot. Having said that I think this set is wonderful. There seems to be so much genuine happiness and I'm sure the sisters and their mother, are chuffed to bits with this.

    John

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    Four superb pictures very well presented. Well done.
    Alan

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    Default Re: Four sisters.

    Agree with what has been said.

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    Default Re: Four sisters.

    Thanks guys, really appreciating your feedback.

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    4 Nice individual portraits well work great as a set......
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    Liking that a lot........Great work
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    Jeff

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