Ellen

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  1. Baldieheidit

    Baldieheidit TPF Noob!

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    My daughter Ellen trying hard to enjoy a country walk! Comments appreciated.

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    She's very pretty. The shadows on her face are a bit distracting, but you can easily look pass that.
     
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    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    But she does not REALLY REALLY enjoy that country walk! Her face tells the story. Good for capturing that!!! And I like how the sun got caught in her eyes. Makes them shine from within, as it were. Yes, the shadows from this direct sunlight are a bit distracting, but not too much! Sharpness and focus and exposure are good. Is this a converted photo (into black and white) or did you shoot in black and white?

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  4. Baldieheidit

    Baldieheidit TPF Noob!

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    No, this was shot in black and white. Thanks for the replies.
     
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    great picture! i agree that her face tells the story. the shadows don't really bother me and i think it works with the shot rather than against it.
     

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