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Apr 10, 2015 21:42 |  #1

It's a little late, but I wanted to share some favorites of my daughter from last fall.

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Apr 10, 2015 21:43 |  #2

Very nice. And you have a lovely daughter.


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Apr 10, 2015 21:45 |  #3

And a few more.

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Apr 10, 2015 21:46 as a reply to  @ Lt Colonel's post |  #4

Some great shots there, beautiful daughter and some great seperation of background, May i ask what your exif is for these?


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Apr 10, 2015 21:58 |  #5

Hi Urban,

Thanks so much! Most of these were shot with my Canon 135 at 2.0. :)


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Apr 10, 2015 22:02 as a reply to  @ YankeeMom's post |  #6

Good to hear thanks! I was right thinking it was a longer focal length :)
Do you think my 70-200 f2.8 would be able to get similar results?
I'm mainly a light painting / Motorsports photographer so am limited with my lenses (24-70 f2.8, 70-200 f2.8 and 50 f1.8)


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Apr 10, 2015 22:12 |  #7

Oh, definitely -- even a longer focal length than mine. It also helps to have your subject as far from the background as possible. I can also get similar results with my 85 1.8.


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Apr 10, 2015 22:14 as a reply to  @ YankeeMom's post |  #8

Thanks for the advice and inspiration, Looks like a really good use of natural light.

I think i will have to get out soon with my camera and get some shots in! :)


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Apr 10, 2015 22:29 as a reply to  @ YankeeMom's post |  #9

very nice shots of your daughter :)


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Apr 10, 2015 23:19 |  #10

Great shots of a lovely young lady Kristin, as usual. I am particularly fond of #8.


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Apr 11, 2015 11:56 |  #11

You are welcome, Urban. I will add some EXIF data to my pics (still getting used to the changes in the Forum -- all new to me!) :) Thanks, everyone!


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Apr 14, 2015 05:26 |  #12

Some really great shots here! Beautiful setting too! A bit of advice (if you'd like it)... as the photographer, you may want to encourage your subject to relax just a tad and open her mouth a little when smiling to expose her teeth. It stood out to me in shots 7 & 8 more than the others. It appears as though she wants to be "in the moment" and connect, but that's she's apprehensive about doing so. I'm guessing she wants to make her mom happy and despite the fact that she should be the MOST relaxed with her mom, she's feeling a bit of pressure to "perform" well. She might also be tired of holding a particular pose (I know that my subjects do while I'm trying to dial everything in perfectly). To remedy this... Maybe have her shake her head back and forth (like she's trying to get water out of her ear after swimming) and let her lips flop around, shake out her arms, hands, and fingers, then relax and re-pose. That will relax her jaw, lips, face, and body and provide a bit of a refresh to the pose. It can be fun/funny too.

Again, overall... GREAT shots! My favorite lens is the 135L and I feel like these images are VERY recognizable as having come from that lens!




  
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Apr 14, 2015 19:16 |  #13

These are fantastic. Great location, great photography and a beautiful subject.




  
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Apr 14, 2015 19:34 |  #14

Great colors and bokeh. Watch out for vanishing fingers and dutch tilt, but otherwise fantastic.


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Apr 14, 2015 22:07 |  #15

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Some really great shots here! Beautiful setting too! A bit of advice (if you'd like it)... as the photographer, you may want to encourage your subject to relax just a tad and open her mouth a little when smiling to expose her teeth. It stood out to me in shots 7 & 8 more than the others. It appears as though she wants to be "in the moment" and connect, but that's she's apprehensive about doing so. I'm guessing she wants to make her mom happy and despite the fact that she should be the MOST relaxed with her mom, she's feeling a bit of pressure to "perform" well. She might also be tired of holding a particular pose (I know that my subjects do while I'm trying to dial everything in perfectly). To remedy this... Maybe have her shake her head back and forth (like she's trying to get water out of her ear after swimming) and let her lips flop around, shake out her arms, hands, and fingers, then relax and re-pose. That will relax her jaw, lips, face, and body and provide a bit of a refresh to the pose. It can be fun/funny too.

Again, overall... GREAT shots! My favorite lens is the 135L and I feel like these images are VERY recognizable as having come from that lens!

Thanks, Jeb, and great tips and reminders. Getting these teens to relax is definitely a challenge -- and she is one of my most willing models. :)


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