Katie Take 2


Photo Information
This is another shot of KatieG7112
09/02/2012 - 02:09jeg1961
CategoryPortraits / People
Shutter Speed1/13
Aperturef/5.6
LensN/A
ISO1600
Focal Length55mm
Views/Likes78/0
TagsKatie, Take 2,

trixie

Link Posted 09/02/2012 - 09:25
Oh I like this Jem, she looks lovely very nice portrait she has lovely eyes Brst wishes Trixie

Mac

Link Posted 09/02/2012 - 11:38
Way better pose.

Little soft on the focus - intentional?
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bwlchmawr

Link Posted 09/02/2012 - 16:42
Mac's right about the focus: the patterned wall-paper behind is sharp; Katie is not. This is so lovely that it's crying out for a reshoot (and why not when you have such a lovely, cooperative model to hand?}
Whie you're at it, don't cut off her fingers next time!
Best wishes,

Andrew

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autumnlight

Link Posted 09/02/2012 - 17:37
Your Daughter makes for a lovely picture, very pretty, i agree with the other's about the focus.
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davidstorm

Link Posted 09/02/2012 - 21:26
Great picture - there's definitely a lot of potential here. I agree with Andrew's observations - it deserves another try with the focus sharper on Katie's face. Also would be nice to try it with a plainer background and more natural light - maybe standing near to a window on a cloudy day? Jeremy, do you own any prime lenses, say a 50mm with a wide maximum aperture? If not, you could buy something like a Chinon 50mm F1.7 in mint condition on ebay for about 10-20 and this would be a fantastic lens for taking portraits and blurring out the backgrounds. Keep posting them - I hope you don't think the comments are negative as they are definitely not intended to be.

Best wishes
David
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jeg1961

Link Posted 10/02/2012 - 00:39
davidstorm wrote:
Great picture - there's definitely a lot of potential here. I agree with Andrew's observations - it deserves another try with the focus sharper on Katie's face. Also would be nice to try it with a plainer background and more natural light - maybe standing near to a window on a cloudy day? Jeremy, do you own any prime lenses, say a 50mm with a wide maximum aperture? If not, you could buy something like a Chinon 50mm F1.7 in mint condition on ebay for about 10-20 and this would be a fantastic lens for taking portraits and blurring out the backgrounds. Keep posting them - I hope you don't think the comments are negative as they are definitely not intended to be.

Best wishes
David

Hi David

Thank you for your words of encouragement and advice, I value comments from you, as I enjoy looking out for your photos because you produce works of art.

Regards
Jeremy

KatieG7112

Link Posted 10/02/2012 - 21:23
Not to keen on this photo dad :/
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