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Jul 18, 2015 08:23:33   #
Moxie
 
twowindsbear wrote:
Just curious - what PP program did you use?


Photoshop

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Jul 18, 2015 15:06:42   #
Rich2236
 
Moxie wrote:
My granddaughter and her dog.


I agree that using an off camera flash +

plus a reflector would have more benefit, but, still, the shot is excellent. I like the pose, composition is great. The models are beautiful.
Rich...

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Jul 18, 2015 15:12:03   #
Moxie
 
Rich2236 wrote:
I agree that using an off camera flash +

plus a reflector would have more benefit, but, still, the shot is excellent. I like the pose, composition is great. The models are beautiful.
Rich...


I agree, it was just a moment when I didn't have access to those items... so I did the best I could with just setting.

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Jul 18, 2015 19:16:23   #
Karl Shuffler
 
Great team. Like to see a retake, with putting time, and though into the whole picture. It'll be a WOW! Shot for sure. Like also composition. Good, ready to be made into....... WOW!

Sampling: Taken in restaurant, window light, 180/2.8 lens. Background taken out and background replaced with final results. Non studio photo. Motive: To appear as if it was. Comments are welcome.

Thanks for sharing
Final pictire
Final pictire...
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Jul 27, 2015 17:05:43   #
bkyser (a regular here)
 
Karl Shuffler wrote:
Great team. Like to see a retake, with putting time, and though into the whole picture. It'll be a WOW! Shot for sure. Like also composition. Good, ready to be made into....... WOW!

Sampling: Taken in restaurant, window light, 180/2.8 lens. Background taken out and background replaced with final results. Non studio photo. Motive: To appear as if it was. Comments are welcome.

Thanks for sharing


My comment to you is that you really need to post this on it's own thread. It is pretty poor form to post your photos on someone else's post and ask for critique. That's what is known as hijacking a post.

Now, if you post a photo to help explain your point of what you are trying to say with CC, that's another story.

Not trying to jump on you, just trying to let you know kindly, before someone else REALLY gets angry.

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Jul 27, 2015 19:38:49   #
greg vescuso
 
I really like the pose and composition of this shot very well done. Without using any lighting try keeping your shutter speed at least as high as your focal length , using a 6d you could have bumped your ISO higher since opening up your aperture more than. F/4.0 wasn't an option . This is perfect example of having one chance to get the shot with what you have setup on the camera at the time. I would put this shot in one of my family albums as a 4x6 and be glad I had it for years to come.

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Jul 30, 2015 07:22:44   #
alissaspieces
 
Sometimes the best shots are technically not perfect but when you look at it as a whole it s is wonderful. If you want technical cc, then you got it from others. But if you want to know if it captured emotion...well yes it did. And although I am always striving to up my skills technically, I can also appreciate a wonderful photograph that captures something in the eyes. I have had a bunch of photos in art shows this past year, and what I have noticed as I look through the gallery at the other photographs that were chosen chosen by a juror to be part of the show is that often they are not technically perfect but perfectly imperfect! May not have perfect focus, but tells a story. On the technical side, it looks like the focus point hit the dog, but really overall a beautiful photo of your granddaughter. :)

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Jul 30, 2015 13:40:21   #
Moxie
 
alissaspieces wrote:
Sometimes the best shots are technically not perfect but when you look at it as a whole it s is wonderful. If you want technical cc, then you got it from others. But if you want to know if it captured emotion...well yes it did. And although I am always striving to up my skills technically, I can also appreciate a wonderful photograph that captures something in the eyes. I have had a bunch of photos in art shows this past year, and what I have noticed as I look through the gallery at the other photographs that were chosen chosen by a juror to be part of the show is that often they are not technically perfect but perfectly imperfect! May not have perfect focus, but tells a story. On the technical side, it looks like the focus point hit the dog, but really overall a beautiful photo of your granddaughter. :)
Sometimes the best shots are technically not perfe... (show quote)


Thanks for such a kind comment!

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