My Son At The RR Tracks...C&C Please!

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  1. DavidSR

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    Hey guys,

    Here's another of my son at the RR tracks. Can you please provide C&C and let me know how my composition is? I know his hands aren't positioned the best, but this was pretty candid.

    Thanks!

    And before anyone says something..I have noticed that some of the rocks are a little blown :). Oh and does any of this seem over sharpened?

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    Nothing seems to be in focus, looks a bit weird to me but not sure why.
     
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    I think it would have been nicer if your son were coming towards you and was closer to the camera and a little more to the left in the shot.

    Shoot at his level if possible...camera at his eye level.

    The log or piece of wood between your son and the railroad tracks is distracting.

    There a little white dot near the top of the picture...my eyes are drawn to it whenever I follow the train tracks. What is that?
    No, doesn't seem over-sharpened...but it does seem too contrasty.
     
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    Thanks for the comments! I believe that white dot is one of the highlights from that tree.
     

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