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Father and Son

By shutterbug8156    
I stayed behind of this walk on purpose to capture the wonderful moment of father and son. They are such a great duo.

Tags: General Specialist and abstract Flowers and plants Landscape and travel Wildlife and nature Portraits and people

Voters: S_Psharma, mrswoolybill,


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S_Psharma 4 1 India
9 Jul 2013 4:44AM
Beautiful composition well captured.

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mrswoolybill Plus
10 990 1514 United Kingdom
9 Jul 2013 10:18AM
It's a really charming, beautifully composed moment, with the mystery of the path curving out of sight; it captures the moment. And you've timed the shot to capture the raised foot which always conveys life and movement. But 1/13 second shutter speed is way too slow to stand any chance of real success - you have camera movement and subject movement combined here! At 55mm you need 1/80 second to hand-hold reliably - which would also work reasonably well for the figures as the man is moving away from you not across the frame. Light was obviously not wonderful so that means a higher ISO.
It's easy to grab shots like this impulsively, but worth taking a few moments to check settings. For something like this, moving subject plus fluctuating light, I'd use shutter priority. Remember that it's easier to improve an underexposed picture than a blurred one.
Hope you won't be offended by that.
Moira
I'm not offended at all. I appreciate the feed back. Yes I know the shutter speed was too slow but sadly with my husband I have very little time to change things he has a spidey sense when I'm taking a photo of him. I'm going to have to up my game! @mrswoolybill

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