You've got some really cute shots here! I love the poses in the last two. My favorite is definitely the last one--adorable! I like the first one but think I would off-center it a bit more and clone out the wrinkle in the lower-left corner. I like the composition of #2 but wish his eyes were looking up. I'd also include the top of his hair.
DS: Tyler 4/19/06
I've been wondering when you were going to post again! I think these are really cute with good lighting and eyes! The BG is a bit uneven in places but I've had that happen before myself. You can usually fix some of that after uploading, unless they're blown completely.
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Cassandra! I was just wondering about you today! Nice composition in all of these and I can't believe your little boy is getting so big already.
1. You have a little grain in this pic because of the high ISO. I know how that is is though, fighting against the light. Also, the background is uneven colored. He looks ready to run in those shoes though!
2. Cutie pie, he has such sweet eyes! I wish they were looking at the camera, but good luck with that at 11 months.
3. Again, a little grainey, but great eye contact.
4. My favorite! I love the light in his eyes and that sweet smile!
Seriously I have not taken pictures in 2 months.... Having all the kids home ...Busy Busy Busy. Plus we trying to buy a house so ... Extra busy.
But I think im going to do some retakes....... This was not planed just at the spare of the moment thing.
Do you think if i did Iso at 800 It would not be so grainy?
I ran it thru neat image. hmmm
WE are on the 2nd floor and usually get some good light. Im going to retry over the week end and repost.
Talk about ready to run he would not be still ... and get mad and pout when i say no and stand still.. yeah right like he understand.
BTW i have a point and shoot : (
Still rocking that point and shoot! Nice work.
Wife to Rich~ 8/16/03 Mom to Nathan~ 9/30/07
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#1 and #3 are my favorites. This whole set shows a great use of natural light.
I don't know what your ISO was for this shoot, but if you come down at all, the grain should get better.
To be honest, I only notice it on his shirt and I'll bet you could clean that up in ps if you had the time.
TFS and I hope we see more from you (once things settle down, of course).
Cassandra, he's so cute! and so big!!! none of my boys walked that early, it's wild to see him in action (so to speak) in your pictures. can you get him to sit in a chair for when you do his next portraits? that way he's not messing the blanket.
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