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Posted By: KrisK10D, 03-02-2008, 04:21 AM

First post here... am looking to improve so any tips would be appreciated.





They're such a close crop as the kiddies were in a pram with bright orange trim. I liked them anyhoo
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They are good pics.

By the way, are they twins?
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nice shots..

Welcome Kris..

These are some priceless shots.. I love them..

I look forward to seeing more of you work!!

Thanks for sharin,

Kim
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Nice shots!

Just my opinion, but you may want to try a more indirect or buffered lighting to cut down the light/flash reflections in her eyes. She has such beautifull deep brown eyes that anything you can do to bring them out without the distraction of reflections would be a plus.

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Beautiful shots. To keep for many years to come.
Personally I would cropped just a little bit less, love filling frame, but just a little room around her head would have made a difference. Only my personal opinion and not to criticise photos at all.
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Thanks much folks. They are eight month old twins, pigeon pair, who belong to a friend of a friend We were supposed to be drinking coffee, it wasn't meant to be a photograph excursion but I took great advantage hehe.

QuoteOriginally posted by ve2vfd Quote
Nice shots!

Just my opinion, but you may want to try a more indirect or buffered lighting to cut down the light/flash reflections in her eyes. She has such beautifull deep brown eyes that anything you can do to bring them out without the distraction of reflections would be a plus.

Pat
The reflected light is the sunset. We were in an outdoor Cafe. I used the on camera flash for fill as I wasn't intending on taking any photos that afternoon. But who can resist twins
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