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  1. Insomniac

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    This is my youngest daughter, holding one of her million stuffed animals, lol.

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    Very nice. I like the lighting here. Did you just use natural light coming from a window?
     
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    Yes, it was just window lighting, I could have used a reflector to get some light on her rightside, but it was really just a grab shot that I thought was a keeper.

    thanks.
     
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    Good shot! I too like the lighting.
     
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    This is a great example of using the available light, the value of which is very often underestimated. :thumbup:
    I'd however, bump up the contrast a bit, to give more punch to her hair, eyes and the lips. But it's just my personal preference.

    You did get a great moment!
     
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    Exactly my thoughts. Personally, I'd crop a bit on the left to center her in the frame. The toy is merely a prop.

    And... what a cute model! THAT always makes the job easier.

    Pete
     
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    Great job with this! I can now see why Matt says right near a window! The lighting looks great..
     
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    What a great expression and use of the available light! Adorable little girl :)
     
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    Thank you and everyone else for the comments.
     
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    !!!what can i say! wonderful.
     

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