pictures that i did for my mom and dad last weekend

6 years 11 months ago #285675 by luckywish1
pictures i did for my mom and dad last sunday













here are my mom and dad i hope that you guys like it


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6 years 11 months ago #285681 by Darrell
The settings here are much better than the graduation pics, a few suggestions:
if you are going to get the subject to squat down, than crop the picture at waist level.
I think generally the setting would be better under the tree branch rather than in front of the tree.
The use of a reflector would work great, they are cheap and work just like a side light..
The gentleman's eyes are open in the first 2 pics but are almost closed in the rest, your focal point should always be the eyes.
Keep trying and posting, you show a lot of potential and I think you seem to enjoy photography... :beerbang: :beerbang:

You will not be judged as a photographer by the pictures you take, but by the pictures you show.

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6 years 11 months ago #285687 by luckywish1
thank you for all your tips


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6 years 11 months ago #285957 by Don Fischer
I probably should not say anything, I'm just not that good. But I notice that in several of the photo's your mom has her head tilted away from your dad. Look at the one where she doesn't, I like it better that the other's. On the rare occasion when i shoot people portraits, I leave more room every where and crop out what I want. With film I cropped in the view finder. Now in the computer.


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