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3rd of June 2010 (Thu), 21:48
Hey,it was my first time shooting an actual person (I borrowed my friends daughter)...let me know what you think,I'm very new to this
3rd of June 2010 (Thu), 23:28
I think #3 is the best, followed by no. 4. I think you really captured the sweetness of a little girl playing in a field of flowers. Focus and sharpness are great.
A few things I would watch for:
#1 and #3, watch the crops (foot and elbow on #1, fingertip on #3)
#4 I think you can safely crop the left side. Most of the dead space doesn't add to the photograph.
4th of June 2010 (Fri), 07:44
These are gorgeous images and I love your processing.
No. 1. Watch your horizon.
No. 2. Love it!
No. 3. Great potential here. You have left some space on the left for your subject to "run into"..always makes composition better. Watch horizon. Would have been GREAT to have her laying in those daisies with you down at her level.
No. 4. I would crop off the left 1/3 of this image. I feel it would make the image stronger. Just my opinion though...but try it and see what you think.
Love how you've squatted down to be at the child's level. Well done. These are pleasing images.
Would you describe the processing you used?
4th of June 2010 (Fri), 07:54
fantastic job !
4th of June 2010 (Fri), 10:44
Cute captures, but just me, I find the color filter you used this side of too green?
4th of June 2010 (Fri), 16:12
Like the last the best. Would have preferred if you hadn't cut off her feet. Agree on the filter. How about good old great, accurate, color or black and white?
4th of June 2010 (Fri), 17:13
As it has been mentioned, watch your cropping.
The last one is the best one, but it could use some cropping to the left.
#1 Try not to put the horizon line on the subject's head.
I like the color treatment you did...nice!
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