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Discussion in 'People' started by JessP7, Jul 23, 2008.

  1. JessP7


    May 3, 2005
    North MS, USA
    First of all, I can not believe that my son is six years old today. Time flies and I am very thankful that I have lots of pictures that document his first six years.

    I don't post a lot of pictures here, mostly because I don't think they are up to par with the talent here on the cafe. I do think that I have been improving a little bit though, and I would like some advice from anyone who is willing to give it. :smile:

    The shots that I will include in this thread are from Sunday when we were having Isaac's birthday party at our house. Please feel free to comment and advise me however you think I should go. These were all shot with my D70 (ancient I know, but still takes pictures) and my 50mm 1.8 lens. I think I used a SB-800 on some, but I can't remember which ones.

    Thanks for taking the time to look and reply.

    Isaac looking over our balcony rail (that is his personality shining through):
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    Dale (my husband) and Isaac having some fun in the game room:
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    Elijah (my baby) and my nephew:
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    Elijah (this one is not from the party):
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  2. Seneca


    Dec 4, 2006
    :eek: You're insane! :biggrin: Ok said in a very nice voice.:wink: These are excellent. Don't be hard on yourself - these are absolutely great images. Extremely sharp, color is wonderful. You capture great expression...you have a great eye. Now start posting more missy!:biggrin:
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  3. Phil


    Nov 25, 2007
    Your shots are really good. As Seneca said there sharp and have great color. Lets see some more and don't be afraid. Good job Jessica.
  4. tlong


    May 25, 2008
    Southeast, USA
    I have to agree with Seneca. Great colors and expressions. I also think you did a great job with the flash...Now show us some more!!!
  5. JessP7


    May 3, 2005
    North MS, USA
    Seneca, Phil, Tracey...thank you all for the nice comments. The only person that I have to look at my pictures is my husband and I always accuse him of saying they are good just so he doesn't have to buy me a new camera! lol

    I would be interested to hear what anyone else thinks as well. Again, thanks for taking the time to look at them.
  6. What's wrong with an ancient camera??? :biggrin: (Says the guy who is still using one himself!) You really make this camera shine! nice work, great shots!
  7. JessP7


    May 3, 2005
    North MS, USA
    Shaun, yours is a little newer than mine. Yours is the D70s, right. Mine is the plain 'lil D70! I was just kidding about calling it ancient. For a long time, I couldn't see what I would ever need another camera for. Now, I am starting to change my mine. I could really see myself shooting with a newer camera. I am definitely still learning things about the D70 though, so I'll probably stick with it for a while longer (at least until my husband starts to get the hints!).
  8. Very nice colors. Excellent job. Keep up the great work.
  9. Debbie H

    Debbie H

    Aug 23, 2007
    Jessica they are very good!! Looks like he had a great birthday. Makes me want to get out my 50. I just might do that tomorrow.
  10. Yeah, a little newer! LOL! I, too, am starting to look to upgrade, by the end of the year, I thought to the D300, but now with the D700 out... :biggrin:
  11. JessP7


    May 3, 2005
    North MS, USA
    Thank you.

    Debbie, thanks. Yes, he had a great birthday. Go ahead and get that 50 out. It is a lot of fun to use.

    Shaun, you sound just like me. I kept telling my husband how great the D300 is, and then along comes the announcement of the D700. Now, I don't know, and I really have him confused too! :biggrin:
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