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Thread: Child Portraits

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    They call me Andy... ACArmstrong's Avatar
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    Child Portraits

    Feel free to rip these apart - I just got a new light setup for my home studio. I shot these photos of my daughter Sunday night. I use a Sony F717 Digital SLR.

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    Senior Member Charles Hess's Avatar
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    Without critiquing each and every one of these, I can say a few things about each of them:
    Good: your lighting is very good, with even tones and nice detail. the poses seem natural and not forced, so you've got a comfortable and willing model. Issues: I don't like the reflection of your light in her glasses. Your backdrop appearance can be improved greatly by moving her further from the background(if possible) and set a wider aperture to blur it(background) a bit. as is the wrinkles and folds are distracting.

    So, all in all, these are pretty nice and, with a little work, could be keepers, all.

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