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Hey Lisha, for a first time, you didn't do too badly. I love the colors, and how the family is color-co-ordinated too.
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For cc, I would say you need to watch your crop point at the bottom of your frame, you seem to chop arms off, while keeping negative space above. I would compose so that there was less neg space and include the whole arm/hand. It is a difficult format to shoot, it's not a portrait and it's not a full length, so where do you crop? Try a few options, so that you can get a feel for a comfortable crop point. In no4, which is a lovely shot, I almost want to see her hair ending in curls, with a bit less green above the dad's head.
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As for grouping of people, look at as many wedding pics as you can, I get all my ideas for family groupings from wedding shots!
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But well done, they will be really happy with these shots!
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Jo

Project - 1st Family Shoot
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Project - 1st Family Shoot
by Lisha
posted 07/08/07 at 05:04 PM
Galleries: Photography

These are all from a family shoot I did yesterday. Almost all of them are at ISO 800 /SS ranges from 200-320 /F-stops range from 13-20. I think the SS 320 and Fstop 20 were a huge mistake. I didn't pay attention in the end of the shoot. thank goodness for PS! :) All pics taken with Canon Rebel XT with a Tamron AF 75-300 MM HHCC wanted. Also how are my crops? I'm not so great with crops :) TIA

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