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pablophotographer 6 923 331
17 Dec 2012 9:07PM
Looks like nice candid.

I like the positioning of your niece on the side of the frame, and the genuine laughter. I think that half a step back would have allowed you to contain all of her hair and probably all of horse's head on her tee-shirt. That, or a 4:3 format, if your camera can produce it. I won't make a fuss regarding the wall marks, I am just thinking of them as "reportage". A child's smile can make you forget everything else, and that is what matters.


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strokebloke 9 493 17 England
18 Dec 2012 6:44PM
Have loads of fun with your camera,
A splendid start, with a lovely model Smile
banehawi Plus
13 1.8k 3866 Canada
18 Dec 2012 7:18PM
Now thats a nice camera! I like the shot overall, - a very pretty girl with a lovely smile. Looks like her face is a little underexposed, - might well be that the reflected light from the white shirt caused the camera to underexpose a bit. A little further from the wall might have blurred it a bit, - but you will take a little while to get used to the camera.

Ive uploaded a mod I hope you lke,


AlexandraSD 6 758 United Kingdom
19 Dec 2012 12:50AM
Hi Pablo, yep, coffee stains on my wall, im a heathen Smile

this was taken using one interfit flash head with silver brolly attached to one side, a few degrees tilt, no reflector, but those coffee stains i have no excuse for, i will clean those up when i think about it again Wink

Hi Strobebloke, thank you, she is an ever willing subject, she makes photography even more enjoyable when she is not pulling silly faces Grin

And Willie, wow, love the mod, thank you, i deliberately did not sharpen too much, but you have sharpened it really well, nice job, and the crop. As for wall/subject distance, my bedroom is a bit crowded with boxes full of kiddies of presents right now, supposedly a safe place but now they all know where the xmas presents are kept Smile
banehawi Plus
13 1.8k 3866 Canada
19 Dec 2012 4:52AM
Thanks for the response Alexandra, its nice when we get feedback. I have also found coffee marks in places no coffee should be, so youre not alone. And a room full of kids presents is better than a blurred wall!



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