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IsaacNewton
Jun 18, 2005



David Pratt posted:

I very rarely take portraits. This was done to commemerate this guy's Movember effort. I led him a merry dance through the office to try and find somewhere with decent light, but couldn't find anywhere without hard shadows.


Lemmy Purbrick 2 by fuglsnef, on Flickr
The split toning is a bit too agressive on this one for me (personal taste, but I used to do much worse! ). The light is alright for dealing with ambient. I would have gone a bit tighter, or moved the camera down (pointing up) a little more to remove the nuisances in the bottom left and right of the subject. The hand out of focus is a shame, but I bet he was moving it. Expression is good etc. You've done good for an impromptu shot!

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IsaacNewton
Jun 18, 2005



Had a photo session with the neighbors grand kids. It was pretty fun, but I'll never have a shoot past 10 am with a kid that age. He was tired from the get go.


Mère Fils by Maxime Theriault, on Flickr

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