Maternity Couple

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  1. lockwood81

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    Okay, I shot these for my son...the problem once we got to the location was that I couldn't think of poses....I should have had something written down. Doh!

    1 1/160 f/5.6 ISO100 50mm
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    2 1/4000 f/5 ISO100 50mm
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    3 1/160 f/6.3 ISO100 50mm
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    4 1/160 f/5.6 ISO100 50mm
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    I like the 2nd one the best, but I wish she wasn't smiling in the shot.
     
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    I like the overall look, lighting, and quality of the 3rd one. I know this is a very happy time for this couple, but if she had a very serious expression -- something along the lines of Richard Avedon's classic "spent portrait" of Marilyn Monroe -- you'd have high art. Of course, you'd have to lose that tree behind her (watch that sort of thing).
     
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    Thanks for the comments. I didn't even notice the tree...now it bothers me.

    something serious like this...well except for the tree.

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    second shot is nice, however i agree with KylePeterson about her smile
    i would also suggest for next time that the male takes off his hat as well, it would then look more serious and intimate

    nice shot otherwise
     

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