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a Nomad girl in fair Beneshwar Banswara Rajasthan

By dsrathore999
A lovely nomad girl sitting by the side of road giving a good smile.

Tags: Peoples Rajasthan Portraits and people India tribal

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paulbroad 8 108 987 United Kingdom
27 Feb 2012 6:47PM
This is a fine strong image of a happy child./ The edge is just off the definition due, I would think, to a long lens and low shutter speed. However, not enough to do much harm.

Paul

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Caitlin98 5 9 England
27 Feb 2012 8:59PM
Beautiful image of such a stunning little girl! She really has a gorgeous smile! Smile


Caitlin x
DRicherby 7 269 725 United Kingdom
28 Feb 2012 12:41PM
She has a lovely expression but the frame feels a little cramped, to me so I'd prefer a slightly wider -- and maybe slightly squarer -- crop.

It's not as sharp as it could be and, as Paul says, this is due to using too slow a shutter speed for the focal length employed. You don't give much detail but I believe you're using a non-IS lens and I assume it's on a Canon DSLR with a crop factor of 1.6. As such, to get a sharp image, you should be aiming for a shutter speed of 1/(1.6 x focal length) or faster. In this case, that would be around 1/400s and the simple solution is to push up the ISO to 400. That shouldn't give too much noise and will let you use a fast enough shutter to get a sharp image.

Dave.
Thanking you all for your observations. It is correct that shutter speed was low. i will keep in mind..
Thanks again
jacksloan 6 12 United Kingdom
4 Mar 2012 7:03PM
Lovely shot - what a cheeky smile! I quite like the use of landscape here - it emphasises the pigtails. Well done.
Thanks Jacks I love to take these type of portraits....

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