nice try dude!
i'd like to add though that there's quite a bit of space above her head. i think this approach works very well in commercial photos, but for personal ones, maybe it's a little bit unorthodox.
still the approach is nice, and the lighting is nice. i would've thought you fired at least two flashes here.
this is a nice composition, the setting sun and the couple's mood seem to work very well together. however i think that the flash was a little too strong and hard, producing some shadows that could have been filled up better. i think dialing the power down or using a reflector as well as having a lower EV compensation can help.
still a great shot though, and something that i have yet to come up with!
this is a very nice and vivid shot, although i have some suggestions for the photo. first, i would suggest the rule of thirds for this image, specifically to the left side of the frame. then i also suggest that the subject fill up the frame more.
Hi there, the lack of sharpness might be caused by a slow shutter speed compared to the focal length. Try to steady yourself more next time or use a higher shutter speed to compensate.
Good shot though.
first off a great shot with vivid colors and an overall good effect, i'd suggest a cpl though to give more detail to the sky ^^
hello, this is a nice photo, although there are some points i'd like to point out.
the image is a little bit underexposed so i suggest stopping down a little bit to get a little more light, and also the horizon could've been placed a little lower. that would give better emphasis on the colors of the sky.
well that's all, still a great image! magandang gabi!
i suggest some more sharpness around her face though, it looks like the shot was taken quite hurriedly. try to take your time before releasing the shutter so the camera or you can focus more properly.
did you have a flash fired from the left hand side?
perhaps the flash could have been placed a little higher up on the same side so some of the shadows on his face would be taken out.
nice capture still
nice photo overall there, the colors are nice and dynamic.
are you trying to freeze the bird though? an alternative scene to this is to pan the frame. or if you really choose to freeze him in the air, maybe you could've place the bird a little higher on the horizon to give an emphasis to it's flying.
those are only in my opinions though! ^^
wow, i'm sure his mother is proud of her son's first real steps.
btw sir if may say so, perhaps you could've moved the subject a little more to the left so as to give an impression of him wanting to take more steps... but that's just my opinion ^^
have a nice day