Well, the main thing is to post process. These are the jpegs as they came out of the camera.
Normally I shoot raw, so there is lots of room for adjustment in post processing. In this case, I was forced to shoot all of these in jpeg, because we were printing them on printers right at the shoot, and people were buying them.
This particular image could be greatly improved with some post processing. Now to find the time!
on Dec 31
What would have been done different to avoid the skin wash-off look?
Any adjustments on the camera settings?