pictures of a 2yr old

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  1. morganleigh

    morganleigh TPF Noob!

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    Here are some more pics I took over Thanksgiving. It was great to be home & have so many kids to photograph.

    Again, I’m worried about using too high of an ISO. These were taken inside our living room. It has a large window to let in light, but I still had to crank my ISO up high. I only had a few minutes to take pictures because we had a lot of company.

    Did I get the eyes sharp enough? I think these turned out better than my baby pics.

    All with
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    Those pictures have nice colors... Very nice blue eyes...
     
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    Ejazzle TPF Noob!

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    the eyes are awesome.

    eating plastic is always fun!
     
  4. LaFoto

    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Yes. You did get the eyes sharp enough! Worked fine.
    Lovely use of ambient light.
    The second does not grab me as much. Catching him "eating" that plastic may be "candid" and "natural", but ... the angle, and his activity ... no, I don't really like that one. The other two I do like, though.
    I wonder if 1 shows a bit of camera shake? I wonder how well it might "survive" being enlarged?
     

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