Candids From Cousins Graduation Open House

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  1. JEazy

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    Open House Sign
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    My Cousin
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    My other little cousin
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    A relative to the family
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    My aunt with the little girl
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    My dad and my little cousin
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    I accidently forgot that I had the ISO on 1600 from a previous shoot, which is why these are a little grainy. Pretty much my first try at candids, and what better time to practice then at a family gathering?
     
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    Don't all jump at once!
     
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    I think that the first few look nice with the bit of grain. You might want to have a mod move these to the portraits/snapshots forum for more comments.
    BTW, I'm a big Placebo fan myself. Kudos to you for good taste in music
     
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    ha yeah placebo is a great band. could a mod please move this to the Portrait section?
     
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    They're all a little noisey for my taste.
     
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    #2 and 3 are my faves. Nice candid shots, IMO
     
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    Hi... Love # 2 and # 3... what a little doll. great shots, i don't find the noise as distracting in 1,2,3 but more obvious in 4 5 & 6.....i'm sure everyone has forgotten to adjust the ISO at least once in their lives... i know i'm guilty xx
     

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