Memorial Day Parade.......

Discussion in 'General Gallery' started by coastietech, May 28, 2007.

  1. coastietech

    coastietech TPF Noob!

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    Well folks here they are. We took the kids downtown to watch the parade. Here are a few shots that I took while out there. Don't mind all the random people, I have been on a candid portrait kick lately. As always comments and criticisms are appreciated.

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  2. LaFoto

    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    You're good on the candids and zoomed-in photos, I already told you so when I viewed your theme park photos (or fun fair, or carnival, whatever was the real name for where you went to), and these show again that you have developed a real knack for this kind of photography! (My favourite kind of photography, I might add :D).
     
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    I think you need to keep a close eye on exposure especially where white uniforms are involved. Maybe bracket your shots 1 stop either way or shoot in RAW & adjust the exposure later.

    Also you should watch your composition on a few shots as well. The bike cop with his feet up could be much better if the bike had wheels and his right foot was complete.

    Some good candid shots though. :thumbup: Maybe try using a shorter focal legnth or faster shutter speed or tripod. Some of the shots look a little soft which is usual when using a long focal legnth/wide aperture to get the shutter speed required.
     

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