Thanksgiving in Corolla, NC (C&C is greatly appreciated)

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  1. GFreg

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    Hi everybody. Finally got a chance to upload my Thanksgiving photos to my flickr page. Here are a few of my favorites. Hope you enjoy them too and thanks for any C&C.

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  2. RancerDS

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    #1: Wonderful exposure, yet don't like the shadow cast by subject not included in the photo.

    #2: Only way to improve it is to show levy and ocean in the frame versus houses?

    #3: Where's his legs? Good shot, but the feel is that he's waiting for the dog to poop (i.e. the man is standing still). Excellent exposure & framing otherwise.

    #4: Wonderful shot!! :)

    #5: Good shot, maybe try a fill-in flash (pop-up or small strobe) for future shots and crop left frame a tad for this one?
     
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    Thanks for the C&C and glad you liked them, Rancer.
     
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    I think #5 could easily be turned into a very nice portrait of your Aunt. The lighting is nice and the feeling is intimate and spontaneous. I would crop out everything but her, making it a vertical portrait tho I would leave in the upper portion so those rafters dont turn into odd protrusions close to her head. Then I would use the exposure and/or fill light sliders in Lightroom to lighten her up. That might help to give you a memorable portrait of Auntie. Hope this helps
     

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