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Some new noob shots with K100D
Posted By: synnyster, 07-11-2007, 08:50 AM

I managed to get out last week and snap some photos. Still learning the craft, so comments and criticisms are welcome.

Taken at a birthday party:






Taken at a family get together:






I believe all pics were taken with 50-200mm.
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07-11-2007, 09:30 AM   #2
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I really like the expression on the child in the first shot, and I think the B&W family portrait is excellent.

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Thanks for the comments.
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I like the expressions of the children in #1 and #3. The B&W is very nice - straight from the cam, or post processed?

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I like the b&w portrait, it really works for me...
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I like the expressions of the children in #1 and #3. The B&W is very nice - straight from the cam, or post processed?
All photos were post processed in Photoshop and Picasa2.
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I like #1 and the BW . Good job
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I would be happy with them, except maybe no.4 with the thing sticking out in front. You seem to shoot your portraits (the last 3) with lots of overhead space - is this deliberate?

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I would be happy with them, except maybe no.4 with the thing sticking out in front. You seem to shoot your portraits (the last 3) with lots of overhead space - is this deliberate?
I got the same remark from my other friend about spacing in my portraits. I never really noticed I was doing it. It doesn't seem aesthetically displeasing to me, but I'm gonna try to work on that. This might also be due to where I was seated at the time though. I probably should have gotten a little lower because I was sitting on a chair at the time. Thanks for the comments.
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