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Nov 06, 2008 02:05 |  #1

My Son photos well, not like his parents. ISO 400, 1/80s, f4.7. Processed from RAW w/ PSE5.0. New member c&c needed.

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Nov 06, 2008 07:25 |  #2

i think its a very cute shot but something about it is very distracting i just can't put my finger on what exactly is distracting me :) Cute boy though :)


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Nov 06, 2008 11:41 |  #3

Kissa wrote in post #6633960external link
i think its a very cute shot but something about it is very distracting i just can't put my finger on what exactly is distracting me :) Cute boy though :)

+1 I think it's the wall that's so busy


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Nov 06, 2008 13:50 |  #4

the wall for sure, and maybe the "extra" hooding? Adorable boy, and definitely a cute shot!


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Nov 07, 2008 13:06 as a reply to ByTheBrooke's post |  #5

I like your suggestions, I will try and make a bigger pile of leaves to hide the bricks or find another location.




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Nov 07, 2008 14:26 |  #6

It is lit way too evenly. Extremely flat light. Try and get some direction to the light hitting the subject. When there are zero shadows on the face our brains have trouble interpreting the shape. i think there may be a bit of a yellow colr cast as well, try cooling it down some.

Yes, the bricks are a little distracting but i would not try and hide then, just try a larger aperture to try and blur them.


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