Mother and Son . . .

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  1. Canon Fan

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    Just trying some new techniques ect. This was shot at "Holy Hill" (some may know where/what it is) a month ago.

    Too much? Not enough? :er:

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    I wish you were closer to them... the baby is hardly recognizable there. maybe try cropping a bit to fill the frame with the "models" ???
     
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    True, maybe I am just sentimental to this one because "we" know where we were and what was going on blah blah blah. You're right though looking at this one more from the outside in now the babay doesn't really make sense if you don't know he is there and the diffusion makes the background pointless. Hmmmm:confused:
     
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    I was pretty much going to say the same thing as Mentos. I'd like to see it cropped a bit.
     
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    I would definately go a bit closer, I really like the background so I think it's probably the bottom that I would crop since you can't really make out what is in the lower half of the shot. Great work though.
     
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    I'd use a horizontal 4:5 crop, burn out that smudge/butterfly, and I'd like to see them more in focus, but you caught the light really well here. Good job.
     

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