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    Focal length: 50mm
    Aperture: F/1.4
    ISO: 640
    Exposure Compensation: +0.3

    Taken on my nephew, any comments is welcome.

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    wah gosh, so cute!

    Just a little suggestion, I think the DOF is too narrow, one eye in focus but the other is not. Would have loved to see both eyes sharp, since this is about his cute big eyes.

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    I agree with Arcanic. The baby's eyes are his most endearing features. Especially in portraits (be it candid or posed), the eyes speak volumes and sets the mood of the picture.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ~Arcanic~ View Post
    wah gosh, so cute!

    Just a little suggestion, I think the DOF is too narrow, one eye in focus but the other is not. Would have loved to see both eyes sharp, since this is about his cute big eyes.
    Thanks MAte! I agree with you, his left eyes is too blurry. Probably i should have stop down for 2 more stop to have a more deeper DOF.

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    Quote Originally Posted by surflim View Post


    Focal length: 50mm
    Aperture: F/1.4
    ISO: 640
    Exposure Compensation: +0.3

    Taken on my nephew, any comments is welcome.
    Nice.. not sure if it's my monitor but the dynamic range is abit skewed toward the 0 range ... low contrast ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by gonefishing View Post
    Nice.. not sure if it's my monitor but the dynamic range is abit skewed toward the 0 range ... low contrast ...
    Ya mate, its not very contrasty probably due the natural lighting.

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