Little Stinkers! C&C

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  1. BlueEyes01

    BlueEyes01 TPF Noob!

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    While at a park with my step-daughters kids, (on a puffy cloud day) I decided to shoot from this perspective, opinions?

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    2 is awesome, the angle is what makes it, the ski looks really nice there too!
     
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    I like 2 as well. The angle is great! nice big blue cloudy sky in the back looks great!
     
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    I like them both, but I think I like #1 better. The sky works really well in both of them, but I think #1 is just a more interesting picture.
     
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    I like the second picture. It looks more evenly exposed. Maybe some fill-flash would have helped on #1? The face seems just a bit shadowed.

    -Dan
     
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    Thanks everyone! I just couldn't resist the angle & the clouds, it just seemed so fun!


    I do believe the top one is a little shaded, I did try lightening it up a bit in PS, it helped a little.
     
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    Agree that fill-flash would definitely have helped #1 (and perhaps even #2 a little). Additionally a circular polarizer would have taken the skies/clouds from good to great!
     
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    Thanks Tirediron!

    On the second photo, I was definately using a fill flash I just think I had forgotten to engage it on the first. Currently I have only the on board flash, still have to save up for a bigger/better one.

    I did actually have a circular polarizer also, just a cheapy ($34.99) I guess the price makes a big difference in the quality?
     

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