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May 17, 2008 17:22 |  #31

These are brilliant as usual. With that said I would "fix" the fence in #1, all the little white voids bother me and distract from the wonderful image. #7 she has some hair around her hands, as a "buyer" I wouldn't want to see hair strands around my little ones hands. #10 and I could be wrong because of the small image, but it appears that her eyes are closed, the shot is gorgeous but because I see her face I would want the eyes open.

If you are asking if your work is worth a worthy price tag the answer is absolutely, it does appear that you shine on capturing the emotion and spirit of children. Very nicely framed and composed with a good use of light and backgrounds. Your older subjects also look very well done.

So go out and sell yourself Heather, it is obvious to all that frequent this thread that your work stands out. Thanks for sharing and teaching along the way, you are inspirational to us all.

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May 17, 2008 22:13 |  #32

I have always followed your work and your critique of others. They both always seem to be spot on. It seems I have a problem with my XTI as none of my pictures look half that good. LOL


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May 17, 2008 22:17 as a reply to  @ post 5540512 |  #33
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Heather,
I've always loved your work. I remember when you first posted # 12. I liked it then, and I still think it's a great shot. # 6 is just super !!! ;)


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May 17, 2008 22:19 |  #34

Love them! Go Heather and Go XTI!!! :)


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May 17, 2008 23:15 |  #35

Hi Heather, these are great captures. They truly show the essence of youth. I really like them all, but numbers 4, 6 & 15 are my favorites. You are doing a great job with your subject matter. Everyone just seems like they are going about their business without a camera even present. You are a wonderful photographer!


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May 17, 2008 23:56 |  #36

Heather...the kiss at the red barn...priceless...you are very talented.

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May 18, 2008 00:25 |  #37

Consistently excellent work. You have a terrific eye and obviously have mastered the technical aspects.


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May 18, 2008 01:01 |  #38

are you kidding, these are all awesome... only and really only thing I noticed is the forth image on the second batch the eyse seem oversharpened unlike the other images...

Heather.. awesome work... you have all it takes in my inexperienced opinion


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May 18, 2008 02:52 |  #39

that is really push you to say wow ....that awesome job man !!??


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May 18, 2008 02:59 |  #40

Heather, fantastic shots! Each and every one! Way to go! :)


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May 18, 2008 05:03 |  #41

I never feel I am qualified to cc other peoples work.
However, I do know what I like, and I love what I see.
Heather stop doubting yourself, these are great images, and as said they are consistently good.

I particularly like the two lads walking away, but all are great and with great colours.
I wish I could produce images to this level, unfortunately natural light is not my best friend.
Very well done.




  
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May 18, 2008 09:21 as a reply to  @ steveathome's post |  #42

Awesome pictures Heather!!


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May 18, 2008 11:45 |  #43

These are all great shots Heather. I particularly like #3 the model's look is very pleasing to the eye.


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May 18, 2008 12:07 |  #44

i'm fairly new to this forum and am interested in Childrens' photography. Your work has always stood out for me - I thought you already were a Pro. -- change that --your ARE a PRO! I too shoot with the xti and am considering buying the 85mm because of your shots. Sometimes I feel the eyes are a bit overdone, but other then that your shots are great! Especially like #6




  
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May 18, 2008 12:21 |  #45

They all look great but I specially love #7


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