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Jul 20, 2012 09:48 |  #16

5 reminds me of mortal kombat. great set!




  
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Jul 20, 2012 10:01 |  #17

RGT168 wrote in post #14743158 (external link)
nice set! looks like a fun time.

Thank you. Yes it was a very fun time. :D

kins wrote in post #14743164 (external link)
nice set 1,2,4 are my favorites

Thank you for kind words!

fashionrider wrote in post #14743168 (external link)
#4kinda looks like a composite but I'm guessing it's not.

Hehe, it's not. :D

rrblint wrote in post #14743193 (external link)
Nice set...I like the more traditional family photos(6 and 8) best...Good job!

Thank you very much!

AAphotog wrote in post #14743397 (external link)
WoW!

Thank you!

MesserschmittMan wrote in post #14743590 (external link)
Great! They look like fun people to work with.

Thank you, and yes they were a joy to work with.

Seamus69 wrote in post #14743900 (external link)
Unique shots nicely done.

I'll take that as a compliment. :lol: Thank you!

Fozzie66 wrote in post #14743982 (external link)
Great Set! #4 is my fav

Thank you!

Movemayka wrote in post #14744006 (external link)
Amazing light! These things are awesome!

Thank you, and yes they work just fine for me!

soccer13 wrote in post #14744022 (external link)
Great job bringing out the fun in the family!

Thank you. It wasn't too hard. They were natural.

Dan Marchant wrote in post #14744081 (external link)
4 & 6 are my favourites. Nice work.

Thank you very much!

FunGun wrote in post #14744270 (external link)
Nice set. The mom's face is very reflective in #2,#3, maybe edit those a bit? The girl is a bit too dark in #3 comparing to other pics in the set.

Thank you, and very nice catch!! :oops: I had to have her touch up her face in the later shoots... :lol:

yungwunn911 wrote in post #14744326 (external link)
5 reminds me of mortal kombat. great set!

It reminded me too! :lol: Thank you!


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Jul 20, 2012 10:16 |  #18

Wow, all of these are great. Really like the jumping shots!


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Jul 20, 2012 10:25 |  #19

Some nice shots. In some positioning could be better (when using wider angle lens). Also more ambient needed in some of the shots.


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Jul 20, 2012 11:00 as a reply to  @ post 14744270 |  #20

Great selecton of shots... However, #2 is my least favorite because of the exageration of the mom's legs in this shot...


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Jul 20, 2012 11:10 |  #21

I don't see much shadow in their faces. Was this the look that you were going for by placing the lights camera left and right? I know that with a dark background their faces will pop out regardless, but with the peach-colored walls, the faces blend in too much. Have you tried having one dominant light sources as key (camera left or right) and another as fill (just above lens axis)?




  
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Jul 20, 2012 11:19 |  #22

AvailableLight wrote in post #14744450 (external link)
Wow, all of these are great. Really like the jumping shots!

Thanks! Yes, those are my favorites too. :)

bobbyz wrote in post #14744496 (external link)
Some nice shots. In some positioning could be better (when using wider angle lens). Also more ambient needed in some of the shots.

Thank you. Your advice is well appreciated!

RPCrowe wrote in post #14744664 (external link)
Great selecton of shots... However, #2 is my least favorite because of the exageration of the mom's legs in this shot...

Thank you, but I'm not quite sure what you mean by exaggeration.. :oops:

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I don't see much shadow in their faces. Was this the look that you were going for by placing the lights camera left and right? I know that with a dark background their faces will pop out regardless, but with the peach-colored walls, the faces blend in too much. Have you tried having one dominant light sources as key (camera left or right) and another as fill (just above lens axis)?

To be honest, I wasn't going for the specific look you mentioned. I just prefer my subjects to be well lit. :D No, I didn't try using one dominant light with fill just above the lens axis. That does sound very good though. Thanks for the idea and will try that next time. Thank you for taking time to leave a nice comment. :)


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Jul 20, 2012 11:39 as a reply to  @ joonrhee's post |  #23

Those girls are going to like #5 for a long time. Nice work.


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Jul 20, 2012 13:56 |  #24

#5 is the best!!!!


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Jul 20, 2012 19:09 |  #25

Wow they are really athletic.




  
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Jul 20, 2012 19:15 |  #26

These look like you had a good time and some nice shots. Nicely done.


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Jul 20, 2012 20:25 |  #27

did you hsoot these on a tripod?




  
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Jul 20, 2012 20:27 |  #28

Looks OK maybe next time you will be able to get them to loosen up a bit. Ok just Kidding they look very nice and like they were real fun to photograph thanks for sharing.


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Jul 21, 2012 13:39 |  #29

Wonderful set. The family looks like a lot of fun.


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Jul 21, 2012 16:47 |  #30

Fun family, and they are certain to love those images! Well done.


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