Mother and Child

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  1. Patrick

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    This works. Nicely captured.
     
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    A bit of fill would have turned this into a pro shot and made your subject "pop", as it is its a shot uncle johnny could have done. H
     
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    I think I need my monitor calibrated because the leaves almost look blue..
     
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    I'm going to disagree with you. Whether by intention or design, the OP has captured the mother and child in a quiet, comtemplative, and I think very suitable light. Fill light would have destroyed that. Had they been looking toward the camera in a more traditional portrait pose, than yes, but as-is, I think this works perfectly.
     
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    Thank-You.
    You responded before I did! :thumbup:

    The lack of fill was at the time and in post processing, intentional.
    I was looking for surreal type colors and a quite peaceful moment. As if no one expect them were there.

    The client BTW loved the capture and found it unique.
     
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    Nope, your good. Blueish green :lol:
     
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    The client must not have had an uncle johnny, if yours could pass on his info maybe they could look him up.

    BTW I really do appreciate your comments and suggestions. And I consider each I receive. The tone however isn't.
     

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