Portraits of Children

Discussion in 'General Gallery' started by EJBPhoto, Dec 14, 2005.

  1. EJBPhoto

    EJBPhoto TPF Noob!

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    Hey I need some suggestions and feedback on these photos that I shot today BESIDES that fact that I'm killing them with the flash. I know...I'm still trying to figure out my SLR unfortunately. I have time tomorrow to really do that though. Thank you! (they were requested to be this tone by the parent)

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  2. EJBPhoto

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    Bump for feedback
     
  3. JonMikal

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    looks like vintage 50's. very cool!
     
  4. snownow

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    Nice shots, one and three look a little "blown out". Might try to darken the faces a little. Other than that very nice.
     
  5. Verbal

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    The tones, to me, seem very flat. =\
     
  6. Riano

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    aw cute shots :D a little contrast wouldnt go a miss though ;)
     
  7. df3photo

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    I dig the first and last shots... maybe alittle flat, but like the color tone on the last the best.
     
  8. EJBPhoto

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    Thanks for the feedback. Flat? What exactly does that mean? It sounds like it means not a lot of contrast...but I've always been told I use TOO MUCH contrast so I cut back wiht my editing a bit here...but now I'm just confused.
     
  9. mentos_007

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    well I'm not very keen on tones... all the details of faces are lost...
     

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