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  1. jlykins

    jlykins TPF Noob!

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    My family couldn't figure out why I was outside walking around in the cold untill they saw the pics. The first three are outside and the last one is a pic I took of my twins before bed. All suggestions/comments welcome.
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    Almost forgot, the middle two look similar, but they are different shots, not just alterations of the same shot.
     
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    the last one is great, love the expressions
     
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    Thanks, I loved the expressions as well. I took about 20 shots just to get them both looking in the right place.
     
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    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    The first of your "out-in-the-cold" photos shows (to me) that it was worth the while having been out in the cold with the camera (and it DOES look cold, as in cold! Brrrr!).

    The middle two are not quite as convincing, even though there is more snow blowing from the side. But there is less detail, and I do appreciate the detail in the first, and the composition with the two "twin trees" (;) ) and the drifting snow!

    Of course, I like to see your twins in the bathtub! Cute!
     

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