Maddy at the playground for c&c

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  1. sjconner

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    Here are some I took at the playground. Any suggestions? I experimented on having one sister in focus and one out. The opposite version turned out bad.

    Thanks, Susan

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    Over all I like the photos.
    #1 I don't care for the foreground blur.
    #2 Nice shot and great freeze of motion! The only thing I see is the bottom of the picture on the right it look as though you got a little bit of the bar in the corner and with her foot there you don't seem to have any room to crop without amputating her leg.
    #3 I like this one the best! Great Shot!
     
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    I love the colors in the third one.
     
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    Third by far is my fav
     
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    1) girl in background is distracting..especially with red on.
    2) good action shot
    3) well composed. awesome shot!
     
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    I agree the blur in the front (sandy area) on number 1 is a little distracting, as is the blur of the child behind, mainly because red pops even when blurred,

    I think you could possibly crop number 2 slightly, and not make her look amputated to remove the blur over her foot and still have an awesome shot, I love the motion freeze..

    Number 3 is my favorite too, the color is rich and she looks like shes really enjoying herself which i'm sure is what you were hoping to convey :) and its a well executed and wonderful capture.

    You have lovely children and I'm sure, hundreds of fabulous shots of them :)
     
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    Nice shots

    Love number 3, great composition and colors.
     

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