Fall

Photography is a great hobby and one I admire immensely in those who have a good eye. Today’s post is from my 16-year-old son’s camera who just so happens to be taking Photography in high school. I try to give him a critique or two about his photos. However I thought better yet give my followers a chance to give my son some good advice. Please feel free to comment as my son Elijah will read what you have to say:

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10 thoughts on “Fall

  1. Genevieve Petrillo

    I think these pictures are gorgeous. I am a regular person with a regular eye. I mostly take pictures of my dog, and if her tail isn’t blurry and her ears are in the shot I’m happy. These pictures are deep and moody and have movement and shadows and details and perspective. These are photographs taken by a photographer.

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  2. Marlene Naughton

    as you know, i LOVE taking pictures and seeing what God has created through a camera lens!! My only comment on Elisia’s photo’s is to make sure he is using auto focus or focusing on what he wants to be really clear!! Auto Focus is our friend!!!!!! Love his pics though!!!!!

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    Date: Mon, 7 Oct 2013 03:32:19 +0000 To: marna55@hotmail.com

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    1. alesiablogs Post author

      Thank you! I gave him your suggestion. He said that the class is learning to focus on their own without the auto. So I have no idea what that all means.. haha But like you I thought he took good pics of neat fall shots!

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  3. Angelia Sims

    An new talented young man is on his way. These are great. My best advice is practice makes perfect and don’t be afraid of different angles. Drop a knee, stand on something, or just lay on the ground and shoot up or forward. You just never know what you will get. Great job!

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  4. Garden Walk Garden Talk

    My advice is similar to Angelia above. I was drawn to his waterwheel photo but he should have tried to eliminate the distraction of the cars. Come in tighter and reposition. Fill the frame with the subject first, then try to add more background if the image needs it. That way you see when something is distracting or you are adding too much. Look at the edges of the image. Nice work, you are doing very well, especially at your close up photography. You are learning composition in shooting closeup.

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