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Dec 08, 2007 09:54 |  #1

this kid could turn on an instant million dollar smile. it was so much fun to shoot. took these pics right in the middle of the day. i know that is something to avoid but that is the only time the mom could make work so i had to do it. let me know what you think and how i could have done better. i appreciate all the help!

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Dec 08, 2007 15:16 |  #2

I like the 2nd one the best. The crop on the B/W shot is a little odd. I think you have great color in these shots as well.


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Dec 08, 2007 19:51 |  #3

mavericksupersonic wrote in post #4464781 (external link)
I like the 2nd one the best. The crop on the B/W shot is a little odd. I think you have great color in these shots as well.

thanks marc. my client liked the 2nd photo the most as well. it was a gorgeous day and the colors were super vibrant. just trying to get a little creative on crop of the b/w photo. i kind of liked it but can see where you are coming from. thanks for the feedback!


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Dec 08, 2007 21:41 |  #4

Love #2, great shot!


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Dec 09, 2007 00:58 |  #5

it kind of depends on what the feel of the shoot was. if you were looking for candidish shots, 6 and 7 are great. but if you were going for the authentic portrait shot, definitely number 2, and maybe number 5 as well.

overall, they're all pretty good. well done.


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Dec 09, 2007 23:29 |  #6

#6 here with a natural smile. if only he's facing you a little more could have been great.


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Dec 10, 2007 10:14 |  #7

I really like #5 and #6... for me the fact his looking so far to his right in #6 adds to the sense of being unposed. Nice work. Cheers, Tony


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Dec 11, 2007 00:00 as a reply to  @ tonydee's post |  #8

great shots beautiful composition nice work if you dont mind me asking what lens was used?


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Dec 11, 2007 08:40 |  #9

gajipr wrote in post #4480857 (external link)
great shots beautiful composition nice work if you dont mind me asking what lens was used?

these were taken with both the tamron 17-50 2.8 and the sigma 70-200 2.8... my wife shoots with me and usually shoots with the tamron. it's a lighter lens for her to carry around! :)


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