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slkfis
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Aug 05, 2009 11:49 |  #1

Here is a shot I caught of my grandson reading a book. I thought it was an interesting scene.

I would appreciate comments about how to improve the shot. I just walked up on him and shot this with my 40D with 28-135mm, everthing in auto.

With my tri-focals I have found the auto eye to be better than mine for now.

thxs

slkfis

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Aug 06, 2009 14:42 |  #2

Good Photo. I would have focused on the young man's eyes.




  
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Aug 06, 2009 14:59 |  #3

Bob:

+1 on what Edbee stated. Great photo. Good exposure and crop, too. Interesting--the dog really adds to the shot. Focus should have been squarely on the eyes of the reader.

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Aug 06, 2009 17:32 |  #4

I see hes reading Twilight. I am reading it right now too :P


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Aug 06, 2009 22:14 |  #5

ditto, distracting that the dog is in focus not him.




  
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