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Discussion in 'People' started by 4labs, Apr 23, 2007.
at least I think they are..
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.
Very nice. She is a great subject.
Eric, is that a mixture of natural and flash?? Cute shot.
I intentionally made teh second contrasty just for a change..,
Thank you Rex!
Gordon all natural...Taken with an S5..
Cool indeed. Looks as if she's looking at a zepellin.
Nice. I like the BW version best.
Excellent Eric............. but I LOVE the b/w image!
Hey Graeme whenever I get a contrasty Bw image I think of you and Stu for sure..
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?
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.
:biggrin: Milk Mouth :biggrin: Such an adorable little girl. Yes.....the catchlights are exceptional and the eyes are sharp as a razor.
Sure is nice Eric - love it!
Thnxs Stuart and Frits.. She makes it so easy for me..
Believe me.....I know what you mean!!
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.
Those eyes are adorable !!
Eric, wonderful! What lens was that?
Thank you. 28-70..
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....