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  1. burnws6

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    read the rules and post smaller sizes

    number two is the my fave of the bunch - the lighting is nice imo, the eyes sparkle, and nice smile
     
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    I don't know a whole lot about portrait photography and I'm viewing these on an uncalibrated monitor, but I would have to say the lighting is very nice for children. The focus on the eyes seems very clear and sharp. I like them.
     
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    I like all of these except for number three, and the only thing I think that is wrong with that one is the lighting and focus isn't quite as nice, but even with all of that, its a neat expression and overall not bad at all.
    The others are quite nice! I like your catch light, although I can tell its a soft box, and I enjoy that they aren't all vertical.

    good work.
     
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    i like 2&4 best. With 1, the hair isn't as distracting as her expression, she looks like she's just been startled. And thelighting is pretty flat in 3.

    2 has a nice facial expression and is framed nicely, and 4 is cute and has good focus on the eyes.
     
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    I guess my only comment since I am no pro or a portrait photographer...is that I don't find the hair on her face in #1 annoying, but cute and so much a part of her.
     
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    Thank you and its a
    28'' Westcott Softbox

    I know one has a more dramatic pose. I kind of like it. And yes 3 is flat because my reflector was too close to her face.

    I wish I could ignore it that easy. It bothers the living crap out of me.
     
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    The subjects are CUTE! =)

    As for the photos, I think these are great! =) #2 is EXCELLENT! My only cc is for #4...I prefer the catchlights to be in the upper half of the eye, like 2:00 or 10:00.

    The outdoor ones are too centered...try to remember the ROT to make them look more like portraits and not so much like snapshots.
     
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    True that. Higher catchlights would have probably made those shadows go away as well.

    And wow, ROT. It's amazing the things you forget to do when you're on a shoot. lol Good advice.
     
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    yeah...especially with kids running around! =P
     
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    I knew I had a good one. lol ROT!

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