Portraits of my Daughter

Discussion in 'People Photography' started by EasternSierra, Mar 1, 2009.

  1. EasternSierra

    EasternSierra TPF Noob!

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    I took my kidlet to the park this afternoon. After a bazillion under-exposed "action" shots...she finally settled down and let me get some portraits of her. Mind you...I didn't "pose" her...this is just her being herself. She was actually pretending to be a dog laying in front of the fireplace, but...don't tell anyone...

    Anyhow...the black and white were shot in monotone. "Softness" was added during processing. I was shooting with a 40-150mm zoom lens, and using the on-board flash at 1/16th power with a diffusion shield for fill.

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    f/4.4; 1/125; ISO 100

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    f/4.4; 1/125; ISO 100

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    f/4; 1/80; ISO 100

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    f/4.7; 1/160; ISO 100

    Thanks for taking the time to look!!
     
  2. Early

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    I'm high on #2 for it's sharpness and tone. The others are either too blurry or washed out. I see you like to get close, and I do like that.

    A very pretty model! You're lucky!:thumbup:
     

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