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PostPosted: Sat Aug 16, 2008 11:18 am 
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Hi All,

It's been a while since I last posted here. We had a family bbq last week and I took a few shots of my cousins kids.

Feedback/critique kindly requested. Be as honest as possible or I will never learn! :)

All shots were taken on my Canon 450D with 18-55mm kit lens in Program mode and all were cropped and had levels adjusted in Photoshop.


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1
Image
29mm (46.4mm eq)
ISO 500
f/ 4.0
1/30s



2 - I couldn't get him to do a natural looking smile so I told him not to smile at all! :)
Image
18mm (28.8mm eq)
ISO 250
f/3.5
1/20s



3
Image
30mm (48mm eq)
ISO 400
f/ 4.0
1/60s


4
Image
45mm (72mm eq)
ISO 800
f/ 5.6
1/60s



5
Image
55mm (88mm eq)
ISO 640
f/ 5.6
1/60s


6
Image
55mm (88mm eq)
ISO800
f/ 5.6
1/60s


7
Image
39mm (62.4mm eq)
ISO 500
f/ 4.5
1/45s



8
Image
44mm (70.4mm eq)
ISO 640
f/ 4.5
1/45s


Critique please! Be as honest as possible or I will never learn! :D

Thank you :)


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PostPosted: Sat Aug 16, 2008 12:39 pm 
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shes got amazing big eyes! shes going to break alot of hearts =P
Good composition! Sharp, crisp colorful


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PostPosted: Mon Aug 18, 2008 4:23 am 
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#7 is my least favorite. Its a bit out of focus.

#8 is a gem..thats my favorite. you caught a great image here. Yes, it's a bit over exposed in the background by her hair, but ya know... it just works for the image. I will probably look good in B&W as well but I like the colors. It needs a little tweaking but I love it.

#3 is just okay. dont really care for it myself.

#4 could maybe use a crop.


Overall, I think that your white balance is off but that can be corrected with Photoshop or another program. Maybe just a few tweaks here and there.
Nice eye, you really captured the moment. The only thing that bugs me is the border but that's just me. Borders bother me in general. :) lol

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Just fantastic! Real Beauties!

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PostPosted: Wed Aug 20, 2008 8:36 pm 
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Thank you for your comments! Much appreciated... :D


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