First Portrait Shoot

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  1. WNK

    WNK TPF Noob!

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    My sister wanted some new pics of her daughter, so she asked me to come out and take some... what do you guys think? Comments/critiques greatly appreciated... this was my first "portrait shoot" so I'd love some unbiased feedback (because of course the family loves them!)

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  2. Nytmair

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    i really like the first one. great contrast! and who can resist those big ol' eyes! :)
     
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    I like #1 & 4. Very cute. Love the hat!!!
     
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    Very cute! Nice tones!
     
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    Woa, she's a beauty, no doubt! :)

    You have the sensitivity to bring this to the fore, so I say keep up the good work!
     
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    1 and 2 very very very nice!

    3 out of focus and overexposed, IMHO
     
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    Just like everbody else, #1 and #4 are keepers. I just don't think the shots looking down are very flattering.
     

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