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Discussion in 'People' started by greyflash, Oct 5, 2005.
My daughter and grandaughter by natural window light.
Comments and critique are invited.
They are both beautiful. I know that you are proud. I would be.
Thank you for sharing,
I only saw the young one. And she is adorable.
That is great light for such images.
Do a refresh and it will come up Beezle. Thanks for your comments.
Patrick, I appreciate your comments as well.
Great pics Gordon, but boy is there some crazy noise in the shadows! What ISO did you use?
Images were shot at 800 ISO on a heavily overcast day. Thanks for your comments.
You captured the moment wonderfully...
Hi Gordon. I see now what you ment talking about using window lightning as well. Beautiful portraits.
Hi Dave and Srullik,
I do like to use window lighting whenever I can. I appreciate your comments.
Very well done Gordon, I like the use of available light you sure do have a beautiful family.
Very nice shots of a beautiful family, Gordon! Really like the use of the available window light.
Very Nice shots of a beautiful woman and child. Love the avaliable light
very nice and beautifull green eyes !!
Mike, Don, Dan and Alex;
Thanks for taking the time to look at these images. I appreciate your comments and yes, I too love the natural light when it is available and soft with the overcast sky.
Excellent captures of 2 beautiful women. I love the natural light. Incredibly captivating eyes and smile.
As for critique, I do not have anything to say except that I see a very slight green cast. Maybe it is my uncalibrated monitor.
What beautiful pictures. Your daughter and baby are both gorgeous. These are photos to treasure.
Say Gordon, your daughter is very beautiful, and so is her's! These are some very nice shots too - very nice light!
Hi Jay, Terry and Chris,
Thanks for your kind comments and for taking the time to look. As you have probably guessed, people pictures are my favorite.
You're right, they are pretty women. Love the soft natural light. Excellent! Thanks for sharing them.
Hi Brian, thanks for your kind comments. I think we will keep them in the family.