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  1. indeedies

    indeedies TPF Noob!

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    Took the little boy that my wife nannies for downtown today and captured these while he was playing on the stairs.

    All shot with D90 and 7--200 2.8 ISO 200, Shutter between 1/200-1/320, F/4.0

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  2. indeedies

    indeedies TPF Noob!

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    They seem softer than what I did in LR. Does anyone else notice that?
     
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    #1 Seems a bit out of focus, I also don't like the step

    #2 Love it. Better use of the stairs more leading up to him rather than blocking him off as in the first pic.

    #3 Love it. Looks like a real natural smile. The very architectural background is interesting without taking away from the subject.
     
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    I love the second one. I agree that the step in the first shot cuts him off and distracts. The third is also cute (love that little grin!), but there's almost too much step for my taste, especially with the different lighting on the steps. He kind of gets lost in there.

    Very cute little boy though!
     
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    #3 is a nice shot - very natural expression.
    Have to agree about one. Not a keeper.

    Nice job on the other two.
     
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    I like number 2 but yea the focus does seem kind of off.
     
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    BuS_RiDeR No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    I like #3. :)
     
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    Super cute! But a little out of focus
     
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    Thanks everyone. Looking back at the first one I can see I just missed focus somehow. And I was worried the background would be too much and detract from the little one. This may be the first time I've kept the background in my image lol. I didn't see the obvious difference in the stair color. I may have to play with that a bit.
     

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