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Did a family portrait today (harsh light)

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    Default Did a family portrait today (harsh light)

    A friend of my wife, I told her the time (1:00 pm) and temperature (95 deg/35 degC) were not good, I did my best

    Here is the set on Flickr https://www.flickr.com/photos/theant...7645190431926/

    Here is my favorite of the family
    shelly17 by Theantiquetiger, on Flickr

    A couple others of my favorites
    shelly18 by Theantiquetiger, on Flickr

    shelly2 by Theantiquetiger, on Flickr

    shelly12 by Theantiquetiger, on Flickr
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    Some nice ones here AT especially 2 and 4.
    Best to avoid harsh light like shot 1 - look for shade.
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