A&P I shot my first person today.

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  1. fuzz

    fuzz New Member

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    Well.. I should have went yesterday when it was bright and sunny. But with todays drab sky i got to play with the camera setting more. Here are just a few of the better pictures i took today. I belive i took around 300+ photos this afternoon. And yea im only 17, and shes 15.. So hey i cant get in trouble:naughty:


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    Hope you have enjoyed some of my work. This was my first time photographing a person. Please, let me know what you think and what could make the photos better.
     
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  2. dangerHV

    dangerHV Guest

    I like this one:

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    :mamoru: @ thread title
     
  3. Cobber

    Cobber Wanna touch my bunny hole?

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    Not bad ..could have used a fill flash in a couple of them.

    You almost never want to shot in bright and sunny conditions ... overcast is almost always better
     
  4. presidente

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    bright n sunny is not good for an outdoor shoot
     
  5. fuzz

    fuzz New Member

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    Well i guess yall are right about the sunny day thing. It just seems better, but i guess its not after being able to play with the camera more.
     
  6. Crossett

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    hold the camera straight
     
  7. vizual

    vizual → 190½ ЯBI ←

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    someone call the fuzz... oh wait :eek5:

    listen to Crossett, some of the angles work, but not all of them
     
  8. Yardsale

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    is my favorite. the only one off-angle that works IMO :hsd:
     
  9. presidente

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    i'm afraid to ask why she doesnt smile because her teeth might be messed up :rofl:
     
  10. tenplanescrashing

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    have her call me when she turns 18!

    oh, nice pictures too.
     
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    no teeth ftl
     
  12. fuzz

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    ahaha. no her teeth are fine, but her smile wasnt the best in the pics she did smile in.

    I come from a background of shooting cars, with those crazy jdm angles. Learn i shall.
     
  13. fuzz

    fuzz New Member

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    ah well. the 4th one down SHOULD have been rotated 90degrees clockwise. i guess it didnt save.
     
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    nice shots
     
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    when ricer angles and portrait photography collide.

    cute girl.
     
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