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    Daughter & Father

    Daughter




    Daughter & Father




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    would you hate me if I tell you that these are just snapshots imho?

    she's cute of course, but I don't see anything that will make these images interesting

    sorry

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    I agree with Maria. but on a side note. The resemblance from their eyes is amazing.


    Tip, drop the yellows down a tad. It will help with that halogen light hue that's going on. You could mess with the orange slider, but it will destroy the skin tones.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mmaria View Post
    would you hate me if I tell you that these are just snapshots imho?

    she's cute of course, but I don't see anything that will make these images interesting

    sorry

    Thank you both for your comments. I appreciate them.

    Quote Originally Posted by EIngerson View Post
    I agree with Maria. but on a side note. The resemblance from their eyes is amazing.


    Tip, drop the yellows down a tad. It will help with that halogen light hue that's going on. You could mess with the orange slider, but it will destroy the skin tones.
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    Quote Originally Posted by EIngerson View Post
    I agree with Maria.
    awww... Did you just called me by my name, without that silly one "m" ? thank you

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    I think they are very nice candids.
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    I agree with above. These seem like random snaps...no eye contact, unflattering facial expressions. In the second she is chewing, and has the white cup right in her face.

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    #1 Subject is looking toward the right edge of the frame, so there should be more space in front of her face rather than behind her head.

    #2 Capturing two subjects you should try to get both in focus.

    #3 Not too bad, but he is not ready for his closeup.

    Overall, the single portraits probably should have been framed vertically, and generally I like candids, but your subjects are rather static in expression.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MSnowy View Post
    I think they are very nice candids.
    Quote Originally Posted by paigew View Post
    I agree with above. These seem like random snaps...no eye contact, unflattering facial expressions. In the second she is chewing, and has the white cup right in her face.
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    #1 Subject is looking toward the right edge of the frame, so there should be more space in front of her face rather than behind her head.

    #2 Capturing two subjects you should try to get both in focus.

    #3 Not too bad, but he is not ready for his closeup.

    Overall, the single portraits probably should have been framed vertically, and generally I like candids, but your subjects are rather static in expression.

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