old window house jar pic critique please

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    Let me know what you think of these. I used a flash on the portraits that I'm still learning to use. thanks

    1. taken inside an old vacant house.
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    2. outdoor at Grayson highlands
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    3....and a couple portraits
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    anyone?
     
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    i like them, great use of natural light in the 1rst one.
    sky is a little bit overexposed in the second one..i would use a selective tool and lower the exposure a little bit..
     
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    thank you. I took a few photos of the first one... kind of tricky to get a nice exposure of the table, jars, etc. without the window being totally blown out bad.
     
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    smile looks a bit forced in #3 :p haha I like how you used natural light in #1 and #2 seems over exposed...but it sorta works for this shot
     
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    On 3 & 4, the portraits, I would dial the flash down a stop less bright, so it matches the background light a little better. (But that's just a personal preference.)

    Also what's the baby looking at? He should be coordinated with the mother: either both look at the camera, or mom looking at baby who's looking at a cookie...something like that. I know it's hard when baby won't obey...it takes patience.
     
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    lol, yeah i was waving and snapping my fingers to try to get his attention but he isn't to cooperative yet.
     

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