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This is one of my many a level photography photographs- my coursework topic is movement
Very nicely balanced in various ways!
I like the sense of progression from one stance to the next. Could I suggest that it would work better against a plainer background? There's an awful lot of clutter in that garden, and the light tarpaulin (I think) really distracts the eye away from the foreground. I would want to get rid of the apple on the grass, and the twig top right, at the very least.
A bit of diffused flash could also make the figures stand out better.
And I hope that your exploration of movement is including slower shutter speeds.
Just suggestions, I hope you won't be offended.
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