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Baby portraiture/snapshots...

Postby Stany Buyle » Sat 20 Nov 2010 08:26

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Re: Baby portraiture/snapshots...

Postby Leen Koper » Sun 21 Nov 2010 10:04

Typical images of an enormous proud grandfather who is forgetting almost every rule of portraiture in favour of capturing the thing he loves most dearly. :D

But in this case I don't care about any rules. What is more beautiful than capturing such a lovely creature? Stany, congratulations on such a lovely grandchild!
This is one of the reasons for taking snaps: taking care we don't forget these moments and you did it well!
Have them printed and you won't lose them if your hard disk might ever crash,
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Re: Baby portraiture/snapshots...

Postby Stany Buyle » Sun 21 Nov 2010 12:16

Leen Koper wrote:Typical images of an enormous proud grandfather who is forgetting almost every rule of portraiture in favour of capturing the thing he loves most dearly. :D ,


Good morning Leen,

Please make a summing up of my mistakes. I want to learn. There are some gigabites space on the server. ;)
One thing should be clear: I only had my D700 with 28-75 with me, no flash, I know that bouncing flashlight would have given better results, I had to save my day with the D700 PUFlash in this case.

Leen Koper wrote:But in this case I don't care about any rules. What is more beautiful than capturing such a lovely creature? Stany, congratulations on such a lovely grandchild!
This is one of the reasons for taking snaps: taking care we don't forget these moments and you did it well!
Have them printed and you won't lose them if your hard disk might ever crash,

Thanks Leen. I always keep 3 copies of all my data on separate HD's.
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Re: Baby portraiture/snapshots...

Postby Leen Koper » Sun 21 Nov 2010 12:45

I don't think this image should be judged by portait standards. But as you insist: the main distraction is in the background and the lack of proper lighting.
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Re: Baby portraiture/snapshots...

Postby James » Fri 3 Dec 2010 14:51

Leen Koper wrote:I don't think this image should be judged by portait standards. But as you insist: the main distraction is in the background and the lack of proper lighting.



I agree it shouldn't be judged that way - just to add to Leen's point though - I think if you got lower the background would have been the plain wall so your grandchild would have stood out more :)

Very cute though :D
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