Discussion in 'Photography Beginners' Forum' started by milesy, Jan 26, 2010.
little lady was looking at fish in the pond......comments welcome
Was looking at fish... now she's looking at the camera! *Click*
I like the intenser colours, with the pink of the shirt, and the yellow in the background but it's fighting my eyes for attention, away from her face.
Nice sharp image!
hi Shoe....thanks for your comments i can see where your coming from
a second shot taken around the same time
Aww she is adorbable! I love kids with curls anyway. I am always tempted to ask parents of curly headed kids to take their pic!lol How did you get her eyes so sharp! Ugh I can't do it! :er:I don't know how to look at your exif data can you tell me or post it? Thanks
# Exposure Time (1 / Shutter Speed) = 1/200 second ===> 0.005 second
# Lens F-Number / F-Stop = 28/10 ===> ƒ/2.8
# ISO Speed Ratings = 100
# Original Date/Time = 2010:01:26 18:11:38
# Flash = Flash did not fire, compulsory flash mode
# Focal Length = 12300/100 mm ===> 123 mm
# Image Width = 900 pixels
# Image Height = 605 pixels
mom2eight, use Firefox for your browser and then get the exif data viewer add-on. It's easy and Firefox is a nice browser. Then all you need to do is right click the image and select 'view exif data'.
OP, I think I like the second shot better. The open space to and the bright white spot filling it distract me in the first photo.
Thanks Greg! I'm computer "stupid"...LOL
Hmmmm... I'd of rather seen a photo of her looking at the fish then at the camera. Very nice photos though.
Where's the pond, where's the fish? The white reflection/glare/blob in the first one is distracting as well as the leaf in the second. Cute kid.
here you are fish and pond!!.....seriously though thanks for your comments -Craig G - i didnt even really see the leaf until you mentioned it
Cute kid. The white 'blob' is distracting in #1. In #2 you could just crop out the leaf and it'd be a great photo for an album I think.:thumbup: Your focus is tack sharp in all of them too! I love her shirt in the last pic.
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