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Portraits, Portraits OAH MY!

 
Mitchkitter
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Oct 11, 2004 10:55 |  #1

My friend

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giangi
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Oct 11, 2004 12:47 |  #2

All nice and good photos

In the first photo I have preferred to open the focus because the blue flower is more clear.
The second photo is very good, single problem the hand of boys.

Ps. my English is terrible




  
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JCK
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Oct 12, 2004 05:10 |  #3

Mitch, Mitch, mitch,..... I Like the material you have there on the first one, but i seriously think you can do much better. Now, I would suggest a few different poses, different backgrounds, you know, express yourself!! You count with my vote to post as many pictures on this board, pertaining to the improvement of this portrait. I'll be checking back!




  
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tofuboy
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Oct 12, 2004 11:27 |  #4

I get the feeling of looking down on the subjects in both pictures... or am I seeing thigns? anyways, it works for the second one though. I think if you get down to the eye level of your friend, the picture will end up better.


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Mitchkitter
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Oct 12, 2004 14:01 |  #5

i'm 6'5" :\ i try to kneel down when i can :P being tall isnt always a good thing.




  
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