Me and my little girl

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  1. Kimberly81

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    believe it or not these are the first photos of us together in probably 5 years. sad I know but I am always behind the camera and never in front of it. C&C welcome.

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    Very nice shots......you should have smiled along with her.
     
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    Thank you :D I do not smile big in photos, my mom and dad should have put braces on me as a child and did not do so.
     
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    Really nice images... I've mentioned a few minor niggles

    C&C per req:

    1. Good exposure and composition in this one, however the background bothers me a little bit; You have a blown area, and then a much darker one. I think this would have been better with either a totally unrognizable background, or one which was soft, but recognizably child-oriented, say playground equipment.

    2. Arrrghhhhhhhhhh!!!! You have trees growing out of your head! Other than that, it's a great image, especially with the eyes.

    3. Another nice one, but I don't like the way your left arm shows, it has an amputated look.

    4. This is a great image, but sufferes from blown highlights. Maybe a CPOL would have helped? (Don't forget to straighten in post! ;) )

    Just my $00.02 worth - your milage may vary.

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    I don't think the trees detract from #2 -- they've got that bokeh that sets them apart from the faces in the foreground. It doesn't appear to me that the trees are coming out of their heads.
     

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