Having fun with the girls at the park

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  1. stsinner

    stsinner TPF Noob!

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    Comments welcome.

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    I really like the 3rd picture. There is a great sense of play and adventure. awesome! :)
     
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    Thanks.. The first picture looked much better before I sucked it out of the camera. I thought it was in focus..
     
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    The 3rd picture is the best one. Although there is WB issue and it seems a bit underexposed.
     
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    Just a technical tidbit... your camera's interpretation of the color from the TUBES OF DOOM is really throwing off their skin tones and stuff. Some color balancing would help make them look more normal again.
     
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    Also, BTW... these were taken with my Canon P&S... Perhaps they would have been better with my DSLR, but that thing gets suspicious looks at the park.... The P&S I can hide in my pocket...
     

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