Hi all. One of my friends wanted me to take some photos of his daughter. They were wanting some 'less than formal' fall pics. This is the first time I have ever attempted to photograph someone else's child. I am happy with my own, but you are never quite sure what others want. At any rate, these are what I came up with. The lighting was less than desirable. It was a nice day, but pretty shaded by the time we started. Some of the things I learned.... (1) Shoot fast and shoot many (2) bracket like there's no tomorrow (3) shoot as high a shutter speed as you can to avoid motion blur (though I still had problems with it) (4) use tripod as much as possible (5) Drink heartily afterwards Now, could you please give some feedback as to what I did right or wrong. Thanks for looking!