Grandfather and Grandaughter

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  1. JerBoyd

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    Here is one I took over the summer. My little one loves the water and Grandfather could not help but oblige his little angle.

    I went and added a sepia look to it. Would love to know what you think and where I could improve.

    The color version is just before this shot on the web page.

    Thanks for the help.

    http://Boyd.zenfolio.com/p447912748/?photo=54413431

    Jeremy
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    too cute!!!:thumbup:
     
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    Jeremy,
    I like your picture
    I usually don't like sepia, I find it completly not natural, but yours is OK to me.
    I have chekced on your site colour picture looks better to me.

    Nice attitude of both of your subejct & 1/30 give a kind of effect on the water which is always interesting.
    Nevertheless by watching more in details I see a kind of very slight out of focus on teh grand father, it is negligeable, but by increasing your ISO from 100 to 400 I am sure it could have significantly reduce the 1/30 & consequently the slight out fo focus.

    1/30 withouttripod is impossible for me, I am too nervous :bounce: ,so you did it well.
    Did you try W&B?

    Matthieu
     
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    Thanks for the comments.

    I tried a number of shutter settings on the camera. At 1/30 of a second I finally got the water blur that I was looking for. This is one of the sharp ones that came out. Many of them had either my daughter or my father moving ever-so-slightly.

    Matthiew is W&B basically Black and White? If so I have not tried that yet.

    Thanks for the suggestions and help.

    Jeremy
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