Still waiting.... I think they shipped via horse and buggy.
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Thank you for sharing - they all look pretty fine.
As you have asked for feedback, here you go...in order of latest post first
1 - I would have removed the "air" under the last step at the bottom
2 - Not critically sharp on my screen, either too tightly or to widely cropped. Rather give me his full left shoulder (if available) or crop even a bit more
3- Great - if anything, I personally prefer eyelevel shots
4 - Pretty cool. Try "with feet" version and try "rectified wall"
5 - Perfect
6 - Would have cropped above waist level. The little blue jeans does not add much
7 - Something went wrong with white balance or is the greenish cast intentionally? Tree growing "out of his head" could be avoided
8 - Personally to me this is a landscape format. Use more of the railway track to visualise "the future ahead".
9 - Love the idea!! Try closer and from "little girl eyelevel" and take at least her heel into the frame. Maybe take a variant with him looking into the little girl's eyes
All in all impressive for starters!
Hope that helps
Have agreat day
I would have liked a less busy background. But that's picking nits.
These look like some good photographs.
What was it about the professional photographs that the family did not like? Were they YANAP candidates?
"Could you suggest some good icons to shoot and places to shoot them from?"
Charles Joseph Whitman found the 28th-floor observation deck of the Main Building of the University of Texas a good place to shoot from.
I thought it was Yellow Cards