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Family portrait

Discussion in 'Photography Forums' started by seany, Aug 21, 2005.

  1. seany

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    My 3 month old neice Nicole with the proud parents, taken in the last hr.

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  2. seany

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    One of all the girls
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  3. mr jones

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    might be better if you can get all the eyes in, rather than the sides of the head, i dunno, just thinking.
     
  4. seany

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    I know what you mean, have both fully side on or have both sets of eyes in for some symmetry. But the baby was a bit touchy today :laugh: I'm just glad they're not looking at the lens.
     
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    I'll say!!... She dosn't look to happy with you in the 2nd pic. :rolleyes: :D

    Other than what has allready been mentioned, I quite like them. I prefer the 2nd pic mainly because I think it works a bit better in colour, can you give us a bit more info please?

    Regards,
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  6. seany

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    I was just after general comments Ian Thanks, which you kindly gave:)
     
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    What type of things did you alter in the first pic? got a sepia feel to it...nice

    Looks really nice, framed really good too, nice work...:)
     
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    Thanks pal,

    The 20D can take photos in sepia so it was all in camera
     

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