Backyard shoot

Discussion in 'People Photography' started by Deadeye008, Sep 6, 2007.

  1. Deadeye008

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    I decided to try my new Tamron lens out and had my 1 yr old son and wife pose for some pics. Needless to say, my son stole the show... I'm still trying to get the hang of "people" shots as I'm not where I want to be so all C&C is greatly appreciated. Thanks for looking.
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    Haha, your son is so adorable!
     
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    Too Cute!!! Love the hair!
     
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    Thanks, Phototron and Southerngal. He's definitely photogenic, that's for sure!
     
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    What a cutie, great shots :)
     
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    These are really good! What great expressions and warm smiles. Fantastic job on focus, color, and processing. You definitely have a good eye for portraiture.

    The only think I would suggest is to look for good lighting opportunities outdoors, and make sure the light gives dimension and curvature to their faces.

    Great looking subjects you have there. Keep going! :thumbup:

    NJ
     
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    Thanks for the compliments sweetsomedays and MJMAN. I tried to get these in a shaded area and then use a fill flash. I'll keep your suggestion in mind and be sure to look for some good light the next time I have an opportunity to take some people pics.
     
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    I agree with NJ on his advice. Great captures!!
     

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