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    A few shots of my daughter at Miyazu Gardens this afternoon ...

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    Re: Miyazu Gardens

    All Gorgeous again! - the last is my favourite

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    Re: Miyazu Gardens

    Another good series Colin,

    For me, the two 'straight on' ones (4 & 5) work least well, but I expect they might be here to make that point
    (Hope I got that right )

    Last and first are my favourites, but 2, 3 and 6 are good too, although 3 and 7 are sad/pensive poses.

    Cheers,

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    Re: Miyazu Gardens

    Quote Originally Posted by wilgk View Post
    All Gorgeous again! - the last is my favourite
    Thanks Kay

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dave Humphries View Post
    Another good series Colin,

    For me, the two 'straight on' ones (4 & 5) work least well, but I expect they might be here to make that point
    (Hope I got that right )

    Last and first are my favourites, but 2, 3 and 6 are good too, although 3 and 7 are sad/pensive poses.

    Cheers,
    Hi Dave,

    Thanks

    Personally, I like the square-on shots too; it's not a pose I use a lot, but there are only so many variations on a 2/3 pose that one can use without everything starting to look the same.

    I'd call both 3 & 7 pensive; again, if one isn't careful, one ends up with the same smile in every shot (which I pretty much did in the 100+ frames I shot) - so personally I like to convey a different emotion in some shots (trying to avoid "cookie cutter" portraiture) (which is hard enough when it's an unplanned shoot and we only have 1 set of clothes).

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    Re: Miyazu Gardens

    Quote Originally Posted by Colin Southern View Post
    Hi Dave,

    Thanks

    Personally, I like the square-on shots too; it's not a pose I use a lot, but there are only so many variations on a 2/3 pose that one can use without everything starting to look the same.

    I'd call both 3 & 7 pensive; again, if one isn't careful, one ends up with the same smile in every shot (which I pretty much did in the 100+ frames I shot) - so personally I like to convey a different emotion in some shots (trying to avoid "cookie cutter" portraiture) (which is hard enough when it's an unplanned shoot and we only have 1 set of clothes).
    Hi Colin,

    (Dave takes foot out of mouth)

    Completely agree with your reasoning for these

    Cheers,

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