A day out with my Daughter

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  1. rpwiz

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    Hello everyone, These are my first posts that i've made and also from a digital slr. I took my daughter out on a gorgeous Sunday afternoon, here are a few photos. Any C & C would be appreciated good or bad. I am wil ling to learn from my mistakes.

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    These are very cute. A few of them are alittle dark but nothing too bad.
     
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    Pretty child - and sweet poses. The shadows on her face could do to be lightened - use a flash even in bright sunlight to avoid that. Better yet, shoot in the mornng or early evening when its not so bright out so you can avoid the harsh light.
     
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    Very good composition and framing. Some are a little dark, like Stella said try shooting with a flash.

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    I agree. Very nice shots. She is a very lovely girl, and you should be proud of capturing such good images of your daughter. However, a fill flash or reflector can give you the extra light you need, and a bit of post processing can help to brighten the eyes and make these great. In any event, well done. :)NJ
     
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    well thanks for all the feedback. I do agree with the shadows being to harsh but it was the only time of day i could get out there. I Did shoot all these shots with an add on flash nikon sb28dx but i must not of done it properly. There are faint catch lights in poses 1 and 3 . I always have a diffuser on should i have taken i off. Should i have added plus compensation for more flash.

    Thanks again for your comments
     

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