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    ssnidey
    ssnidey  1107 forum posts United States
    24 Sep 2012 - 5:45 AM



    i don't take many people pictures , i needed a stand-in so i used my niece,
    turned out pretty good.

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    StrayCat
    StrayCat  1014200 forum posts Canada2 Constructive Critique Points
    24 Sep 2012 - 6:35 AM

    Nice!!!Grin

    User_Removed
    24 Sep 2012 - 11:33 PM

    The lighting is maybe a bit flat. Try having it side-lit with a reflector filling-in a bit of the shadow side.

    With a niece like that and a D7000, the world's your lobster.

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    ssnidey
    ssnidey  1107 forum posts United States
    25 Sep 2012 - 1:48 AM

    Thank You , i will try that , any help would be appreciated, I don't take many people photos

    tonyjonesphotos
    28 Sep 2012 - 11:14 AM

    As Left Forum says, a reflector will help lift the lighting on the subject. Also, go for a closer shot so that you get a more head and/or shoulders shot - this will also provide a nicely out-of-focus background.

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