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A Few Family Pics from SF

 
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Nov 05, 2015 10:08 |  #1

Took some pics of my friend and his young family in the city. Here's a few:

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Nov 05, 2015 10:10 |  #2

I like them! The last one is cool. My only gripe would be to include more ground in the bottom of the frame


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Nov 05, 2015 10:41 |  #3

Number 2 is my favorite composition, good work.


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Nov 05, 2015 16:32 |  #4

2 is pretty adorable

Did you have lighting or was that in shade?


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Nov 05, 2015 19:00 |  #5

These are beautiful!

I would love to know the locations of where you shot!

First few look like somewhere near Dolores Park?


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Nov 05, 2015 19:24 |  #6

These are awesome!!


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Nov 05, 2015 19:34 |  #7

BlakeC wrote in post #17773224 (external link)
I like them! The last one is cool. My only gripe would be to include more ground in the bottom of the frame

Thanks Blake!


K Soze wrote in post #17773253 (external link)
Number 2 is my favorite composition, good work.

Thanks you Sir!


DThriller wrote in post #17773591 (external link)
2 is pretty adorable

Did you have lighting or was that in shade?

I used a single speedlight with a rogue grid on, held by my friend.


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;17773729]These are beautiful!

I would love to know the locations of where you shot!

First few look like somewhere near Dolores Park?

The first few are in San Francisco, Potrero Hill, along 20th, just drive along 20th until u see that view.:)


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These are awesome!!

BrickR wrote in post #17773748 (external link)
These are awesome!!

Thanks brick!


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Nov 05, 2015 19:58 |  #8

Great images!


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Nov 06, 2015 00:43 |  #9

Great shots! I almost got hit by cars a few times at that intersection while lying down to take the shot haha.


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Nov 06, 2015 04:08 |  #10

I just love the second pose, its adorable and very unique force. I totally love to see the family shots whatever the background or pose is!




  
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Nov 06, 2015 11:28 |  #11

RGT168 wrote in post #17773788 (external link)
Great images!

Thank you Sir!


sonnyc wrote in post #17773997 (external link)
Great shots! I almost got hit by cars a few times at that intersection while lying down to take the shot haha.

Haha, I hear you.:)


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I just love the second pose, its adorable and very unique force. I totally love to see the family shots whatever the background or pose is!

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I just love the second pose, its adorable and very unique force. I totally love to see the family shots whatever the background or pose is!

Thanks shumicse!


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Nov 06, 2015 11:32 |  #12

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I really like this one. I have a suggestion, though. Maybe clone out the bracket and all inside the umbrella, then clone the shaft all the way up. Not sure how that would look, but just an idea.




  
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Nov 07, 2015 21:45 |  #13

MedicinSC wrote in post #17774390 (external link)
I really like this one. I have a suggestion, though. Maybe clone out the bracket and all inside the umbrella, then clone the shaft all the way up. Not sure how that would look, but just an idea.

Thank you Medicin, I will try to do that.:)


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Nov 12, 2015 21:46 |  #14

SubliM3 wrote in post #17773221 (external link)
Took some pics of my friend and his young family in the city. Here's a few:

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I like this #4 shot a lot. But I would also add a little coverage at the feet. Looks like you had a nice semi-circle shadow being thrown down at the feet by the umbrella. I would have liked to see your subjects standing in it.




  
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Nov 19, 2015 15:20 |  #15

MedicinSC wrote in post #17774390 (external link)
I really like this one. I have a suggestion, though. Maybe clone out the bracket and all inside the umbrella, then clone the shaft all the way up. Not sure how that would look, but just an idea.


That was my thought exactly.


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