Portrait of my little brother

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  1. Jbs

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    I just got this camera yesterday (first DSLR :hugs:) and took this of my little brother.... he was not posing, i just took this really quick mid-sentence.

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    It's so much fun having a new camera, isn't it? Try and see if he will pose for you, or someone else. It's great to practice!
     
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    You nailed the colors, great skin tone.
     
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    colors are right on :thumbup:
     
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    congrats on your first camera :) what is it?

    its a good picture, it captures a moment but isn't a snap shot, hes not directly centered (good) he shows emotion (good) only thing that could have made this better, is if you were able to of gotten both hands fully in the shot.
     
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    The pic is not bad for practice. But your pic size is outrageous for those dimensions. 442 KB, and a png? You can optimize your web photos to be a fraction of this size and still have it look exactly the same as this in a jpeg.
     

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