Cool catchlights.

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at least I think they are..

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I think those catchlights are beautiful. Only natural lighting can provide such interest with catchlights. I think it adds a unique sparkle to the first shot. The second photo is a lightly too "contrasty" for me.
 
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Love that first shot - touch of whimsy in her little smile! She's a doll...

I didn't know you're a Fuji guy!!!??? How are you liking the S5Pro so far?
 
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Sandy I really love it for taking pics of Sam. It reallty is the closest to film of any digital camera I have used. The major negative is it is unbelieveably slow. I don't find it usable for any action photos but for static portraits and lanscapes you can't beat it for the money.
 
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:biggrin: Milk Mouth :biggrin: Such an adorable little girl. Yes.....the catchlights are exceptional and the eyes are sharp as a razor.
 
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Very cute little girl !!! This makes me wonder how can I get the same contracted pupils if I were to shoot indoor? Most studio portraits I've seen have really big pupils because of the low light environment.
 
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Beautiful photo Eric. I love the catch lights. I prefer the color version - the beautiful blue peepers need to be seen in color. Just me though....
 

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