Feathered Family Portraits

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  1. WNK

    WNK TPF Noob!

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    Found some cute little families at the park today...
    1. Mom & Baby[​IMG]

    2. Mom, Dad & Baby out for a swim
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    4. Another young family
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    5. Siblings
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    6. Mom says its time to go now!
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    Thanks for looking! Comments/critiques welcome!
     
  2. Alex06

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    Oh, I love that last one! Mom with the troop in tow.:D I like the panoramic view.
     
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    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    How come you are having exposure problems all of a sudden, Wendy?
    Was it too sunny a day?
    They all tend to be overexposed...
     
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    The last one is so cute it hurts :lol:
     
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    Thanks for the comments!

    LaFoto - It was a really bright day, but it's a bit odd, because these were taken at the same time as my "Favorite Park" pictures, and the exposure was fine with those. Right now I think I might have to blame my zoom.... although if that is the case, I'd love to have someone fill me in on WHY that would make a difference, but that was the only setting different from these and those pictures.
     

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