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Your February 'Loving Portraits' entries

Posted by Teresa Hanafin  March 2, 2010 05:59 PM

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Among the more than 160 photos entered in our February contest are many really lovely -- and loving -- portraits. Shooting portraits isn't easy, but between the tips links I provided in the original solicitation and Suzanne Kreiter's comments as she judges your images, I hope the February contest helped you improve your skill in that genre.

We've placed your entries in full-screen galleries; they are linked below. Please check your tags -- some people misspelled February; others forgot the S at the end of portraits. We'll continue to add photos as they pop into Flickr's search over the next couple of days.

Check for your photo here.

The deadline for all photos to have the correct tags and Flickr settings is noon Thursday. We won't add any more photos from Flickr to our galleries after that time.

Loving Portraits entries:

Gallery 1 | Gallery 2 | Gallery 3 | Gallery 4

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