Discussion in 'Lifestyle' started by Girth, Apr 8, 2009.
and still drooling like a faucet
awesome! is that color straight OOC or boosted a good bit in LR?
any pics of the whole famiry?
just auto fix and a little bit of fill light to eliminate the shadows. family pic is there... don't know if I exported it though, let me look.
closest thing I got.
Wow...talk about location location location!
bluebonnet fields are a yearly occurrence in Texas. Makes for some amazing pics.
cool fucking place.
Love the shots.
Thought you said there was "No reason for my fat ass to be in front of a camera. Ever." Nice shots G.
once in a blue moon, I lose an argument w/ the wife and she takes the camera out of my hand.
cool pics. I actually said "awww" in my head
I do think you're pulling the recovery slider a little too much though (or something like it) cause it looks funky to your left in that pic with you in it.
Can't win all the time. Kid's gettin' big, how old is he now?
All these were in direct sunlight with huge and horrible shadows. I used fill light to bring a little more light on the faces, and I agree, looks a bit weird in some.
13 months on Sunday
nice pics, always a cute kid!
but that pic with you and him... makes it obvious he isnt yours i keed i keed
goddamn those bluebonnets are blue as fuck. great shots.
i really like the backdrop, nice photos
2 is ftmfw
colors look great in all of them
the first one is awsome
the other ones are great too
this is nothing...you can drive down any highway and BAM! there they are!
no fauxhawk, no care
is that a 70-200?
How old is the little guy ?
This field is off 290, 10 mins north of Hempstead on the right hand side. Huge field, great spot!
Nice set as always.
I take pics of my little girl and every month we do some kind of shoot for the holiday of the month. One thing about having a little one to photograph is that it does seem to be a big help in learning to take pictures and it amazes you how much they change from month to month. I look at the ones I took nine months ago and compare them to the ones I have now and it just shocks me how much she has changed and how much I have improved, though I still have a long way to go I have learned alot. The other thing I have learned is a little one will be perfectly how you want them and the instant you go to take the picture they WILL move.
driven past it numerous times
there's also some in Oyster Creek park over in Sugarland.
you saturated your colors a little though didn't you
9 months...fuck...just since January I've seen drastic improvements in my images and my PP