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Gift for You Guys

Gift for You Guys
Información de la foto
Copyright: cris go (crisgotiny) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Note Writer [C: 541 W: 0 N: 327] (3826)
Género: Gente
Medio: Color
Tomada el: 2008-01-20
Categorías: Friends/Family
Versión de la foto: Versión original
Tema(s): Kids from the World Part VIII [view contributor(s)]
Fecha enviada: 2008-01-22 4:25
Vista: 1207
Puntos: 6
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Last Sunday was really tough for me, it’s the first time that I really shoot alone, my friends were not available at that time and I fear I won’t come up with a good shot in baptismal of my dear nephew. Whew…Actually I did not make it good at the church, the priest was moving like a “flash” (or just my imaginations although he was telling me that its time to take a shoot …. Or maybe I’m way to slow or got panic). And I put a wrong lens, the room was small and can not create a wide angle for godfathers/godmother/child/mom/dad and priest to be in one frame.

I learn that during in this event if you are not too good or familiar with the cam set it on auto or program mode or you would left behind. And use always sets of new batteries because if not your flash would not fire correctly.

This is one of the few successful shot at the restaurant, and I think I did good to him I just do some pp on his right hand I put his mini souvenir gift for the guest and erase his mom and paint it with black. In actuality he is holding his mom on the right.


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Hi Cris! Amaizng boy, dynamic scene, good take. Cheers!

Hi Cris

I know the feeling! I've gone to events where, because I'm "the photographer," everyone expects great results - and my shots have turned out terriblly. You're right about auto settings saving the day.

But take comfort - you did a good job on this one, the sharpness, light, expression are all good and your PP work on the background is appropriate too.


A loively candid shot of t elittle one! I think you did well here inspte of all the difficulties. I agree it is difficult to take good photos in a crowded situation like this one. I like the bright red clolours and the shiny satin outfit!



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