This is a picture I took of my little sister for an assignment where we had to take pictures of family. I really like how the wind is blowing her hair and just how it turned out.
This picture really intrigues me. I appreciate how the face is really focused, while the rest of the photo is blurred- showing you used the macro setting. I use the macro setting for many of my photos because macro can make the picture a lot more appealing and a lot more interesting. I also enjoy how the hair is half focused half blurred, while all of the background is blurred. The hair contrasts very well with the background. The colors of the photo give off a winter mood, and it's a very calming photo.
Like Leah, I also really appreciate the way the girls face is completely focused while the rest of the picture is slightly blurry. It really adds a lot to the picture and helps to bring your focus to the little girl instead of what is going on in the background.
I like how the wind is blowing out her hair. I like how her hat is blurred. I like how her hat, jacket, and the background all blend into each other as a result of their similar colors. Her hair also works nicely with the background, because the blonde mixes with the pastel yellows, oranges, and greens. The way her cheeks are a little bit rosy also helps to connect her face with her hair and clothes. Nice job.
It's really nice how her hat and the background are out of focus, while we can see her face clearly. It makes her face stand out a lot. The colors are also very soft and pretty, which adds to the "winter" theme of the photo.
This photo is really interesting to me because there is a lot of depth in it. There is a lot of innocence in this photo because the lighting is airy and bright. I appreciate also the contrast of the color between her hair and her coat. It's a very nice winter portrait.
This photograph is really wonderful. I love how the background is blurry and it is nearly impossible to determine what is there, it makes the viewer think. Also, it seems as though it's very far away. The wind blowing her hair makes it seem like she is high up, hence the background looking like it is distant. On top of that, I like the unusual and unique head-gear. Where exactly were you standing/how far up?
Thank you! I was actually standing right next to her, and she was just standing on the ground, but I am so much taller than her that it looks like I was standing on something.
This picture really caught my eye because of the focus. The focus of the picture it very specific, the only thing that is really in focus is her nose and parts of her hair. It is very interesting how zoomed in you are to her face. You were really able to capture a nice expression and the wind helped to. Over all, I feel as though this picture captured the essences of what a portrait is. There is a look of depth to this picture and there were so many different things to look at.
Although this picture is very simple it says a lot when you look at it for a while. It is nice the way that you used the environment to add different effects to your picture, like the wind blowing her hair and a sort of white, gleaming background. This picture only holds half of her face and even though her eyes are closed she is still expressing some kind of emotion that people can interpret any way they want. I like the way everything in the picture is unfocusd and blurry except for the main point of the image, her face.
This is a wonderful capture. I love the intimacy of this shot and the clarity of your sisters face! I found myself to be instantly attracted to this shot because of how unique it was. Most people think of a traditional portrait as being either head on, or at least capturing the entirety of the subjects face. Not conforming to what is considered 'normal' for photography is excellent and worked out perfectly in your case
Very impressive..... Keep up the good work!
I thought that this picture was really striking. Because of the blurred and bright background, the girls face appears clearly. Also, the angle that you chose to take the picture with makes it look innocent. Personally, I enjoy taking photos from a side angle, because it gives off a different type of feeling.
The composition of this photo is remarkable. The cool colors make her blonde hair stand out and the whole effect of all the light and colors together is calm and very beautiful. You captured the picture at just the right moment too, her hair is being blown in thw wind and it adds to the feeling of this picture.
I love how the emotions of the model control the story, and tell the story. The girl looks so young and innocent, but her expression seems giant. I think that`s why photography is so much fun, because you can incorperate and show things that you don`t normally see in your everyday life. Also, I love how the colors are so vibrant; the photo itself makes it seem like you`re actually looking at the person. Great job!
This photograph was very neat and creative. I enjoyed how the girls hair was being blown by the wind because it set a cold and windy winterland atmosphere. I found it interesting how the girl in the photograph had red cheeks from the cold because it makes me feel as if I were standing in the cold. The background was blurry, while the girl was very clear. The hat on her head came out in a fuzzy and artistic way.
As AnnieB said, the close-up focus on the subject"s face makes it all the more interesting, as it emphasizes the different characteristics of her face. It could be interesting to keep in mind when taking on pictures later on to mess around with the focuses and see what you come out with. It could be interesting to see what you may eventually prioritize with once you have new focuses.
Continue the good work!
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