My son and nephew

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  1. Deadeye008

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    Some recent shots of my son and nephew. Shot with a Sigma 70-200 2.8. All were shot at f4.0.

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    I don't like the fact that the hand holding the puppy can be seen.
    the first one would be nice with some proper cropping.
     
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    on the first one you could possibly clone out the fingers-not sure how easy it is on fur as I haven tried that before. I really like the colours on that first one too, very vibrant.

    The last one is nice too, I like his expression, maybe you can wam up his skin tone just a tiny bit?

    nice set of pics
     
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    I really like the first one. Great DOF, colors, comp, and lighting. Kids and puppies... what is more adorable than that??
     
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    The first 3 have awesome bokah and colors. The problem is the dog being forced into the picture creates this sense of "here, pose for the camera" and then the whole picture loses that essence of child/dog at play.
     

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