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Girl from Mesolithic era

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Nov 08, 2017 00:54 |  #1

Portrait of a girl from Mesolithic era. Archeaological Festival in Biskupin.

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Nov 15, 2017 22:16 |  #2

17 threads?

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Nov 16, 2017 06:40 |  #3

For me, all of the photos you've posted have missed focus.
The face is oof on almost everyone. This one it appears her finger is in focus while her face is not.

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Nov 16, 2017 08:41 |  #4

yes, I agree, the face is out of focus but the stick seem to be in focus. I have the 85mm 1.8 and mine was front focusing most of the time, you might want to try Micro adjusting the lens. I did on my 7D and it's better now. .

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Nov 21, 2017 16:04 |  #5

Bulk critique for too many threads with the same.

You have few really good ones. With humor. This is, IMO, how this clownada needs to be addressed. With humor.
The rest is also done well, for people in the pictures it is great to post your portraits to look at them on FB by the mobile phone.
And here is nothing wrong with it at all for those pictures to be used for it. Well done, FB event portraits.

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