I have actually been avoiding doing shots of my kids lately because I've been really discouraged about getting good people shots. But over the weekend and today, I managed to get a few shots of my kids that seemed to be a bit better -- not really planning to, but we were at the zoo and at a blue heron reserve and stuff, and it just seemed that they were willing and a good chance to practice. I know they are not "great" per se, but I would like to share a few and get some feedback that might help me. All are shot in manual.
My favourite is a bit soft of them both, but I've described here before my difficulties getting sharp full-body shots, just don't really seem to be able to no matter what. Still I think it turned out well in spite of that?
#2 - ISO 200, f/3.5, SS 1/640. This and the next one were a bit dark on their faces so I tried a little bit of dodging (that's the lightening tool right?) among other things. I know her arm is chopped, is that really distracting?
TFL, kind of anxious about posting these!