my first attempt at a portrait!

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  1. kelley_french

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    thanks for looking!

    any sugestions? :smileys:
     
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    Work on using a little more directional lighting. Good start.
     
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    As well good port, keep an eye on those wild strands of hair. Sometimes they work for you, other times they work against you.

    Keep at it!

    Chris
     
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    I know the fly away hairs are almost imposible to keep in place. Its always so windy in Texas. LOL. I will keep it in mind though.

    I really need to get a flash. I only have the one that is in the camera.

    Thanks for looking and taking the time to give me your critique!:thumbup:
     
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    Thanks jimbob69, i had a blast taking these pic's at the park!
     
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    #2 is great. Nice photo to put on desk on work...
     

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