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Old Dec 28, 2005, 8:23 PM   #1
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Here is my first indoor, on location, shoot. I was invited to their house to get at least one good shot for a Christmas Card. Also, first four person shoot. They never did order cards but did buy three 11x14 prints. Easy subjects though. Let me know what you think.

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I like number 2 the best, Good family protrait. Pretty girls also :-)
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Hi, find your photos very interesting. Like the photos of family beeing together...but....thereis but...I must suggest something:

#1photo is maybe a little underexposed, some fill in flash could beenough but I like the pose you captured..

#2 has a problem of beeing too soft for me and some contrast could be done

To be honest almost all the photos are too soft for me. But on the other hand I like the angles you made on them..that is very nice...and you have one verybeautifull lady.

So, watch for your contrast and sharpness.

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Thank you all. I agree with the softness. I resized them with Microsoft resizer and that caused the softness. They normally are very sharp. I don't know any other way to resize.

I did use fill flash but maybe not enough. Flash photography is tough work. It was a borrowed flash and I really should get one of my own so I can really get a better idea on what works.

Thanks again!

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Great family mood, and good that you have noticed the problems Zak has mentioned.
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