Autumn Toddler

Mark1616Mark1616 Major grinsPosts: 319Registered Users Major grins

Last weekend I grabbed a flash, shoot through umbrella and camera then popped to the local woods with out little one (almost 2 years 10 months). Here are 3 faves showing some of her different characters.

1 The fun

2 The cute

3 The pensive


I'm here to learn so please feel free to give me constructive criticism to help me become the photographer I desire to be.

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  • Awais YaqubAwais Yaqub One Inspired soul Posts: 10,513Registered Users Major grins

    Lovely photos of sweet little girl. My fav is fun shot

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  • EiaEia Major grins Posts: 3,575Registered Users Major grins

    1 & 2 are my favorite. Those eyes...can they get any bigger? The background colors show off her eyes nicely. A bit darker from the usual that I have seen.

  • ziggy53ziggy53 Still learnin'still lovin Posts: 19,130Super Moderators moderator

    Great use of limited DOF to help isolate the subject. Great selection of background and foreground, avoiding distracting elements. Great subject matter!

    Both technical and aesthetic execution are excellent.

    Just praise, I'm afraid.

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  • Mark1616Mark1616 Major grins Posts: 319Registered Users Major grins

    @Awais Yaqub said:
    Lovely photos of sweet little girl. My fav is fun shot

    Thanks Awais, we like her LOL. I like that one too :)

    @Eia said:
    1 & 2 are my favorite. Those eyes...can they get any bigger? The background colors show off her eyes nicely. A bit darker from the usual that I have seen.

    Thanks Eia, my wife is Egyptian so actually her family and friends would probably say our little one's eyes are small LOL.

    @ziggy53 said:
    Great use of limited DOF to help isolate the subject. Great selection of background and foreground, avoiding distracting elements. Great subject matter!

    Both technical and aesthetic execution are excellent.

    Just praise, I'm afraid.

    Thanks Ziggy, I was pleased to have got her to play in these locations as usually she doesn't like to be photographed so we did well. Hoping for some more now :) Thanks for your kind words!


    I'm here to learn so please feel free to give me constructive criticism to help me become the photographer I desire to be.

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