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Trying to learn more about portrait photography, so if my son stays still long enough, i may just learn something. Comments welcome good or bad,
Thanks for looking
It would be great to see this again in 6 months time when you feel you've improved even more; alas we can't grab those moments in time again though, can we.
Thanks 4 the share ...Click!
Excellent portrait - well taken !
Very good. You've managed to bring his eyes out of the darkness with those catchlights in them. The only thing I don't like is that the composition feels a little 'top-heavy'. If this is a crop of the original shot I would suggest going back to the original and including more in the frame at the bottom. If this is the frame straight out of camera I might suggest cropping about 1/5th off the top of frame; this would put your son's eyes close or on the top third horizontal line. This is a very good photo though - a nice moment captured - and although I don't normally like sepia toning, it works well here.
Nice image , very expressive capture thanks for sharing Colin
How fed up does he look! Wonderful expression, hope he was pretending other wise your model could go on strike!! Nice capture.
brilliant portrait love the expression
Well taken, interesting expression!
He doesn't look too pleased about it. Great expression, though. Sheila
i really love this. Don't think I'd crop it at all. Works just fine as it is. =)
Love this James!
Excellent shot, great hat.
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