Mommies Angles?

© Terri Hooper

Mommies Angles?

Uploaded: September 10, 2005


My Girls

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Terri Hooper September 10, 2005

Any suggestions on how to make this better? This is the first picture I have edited. I cropped it and adjusted the brightness. I was going to put a frame on it but did not like it. Any comments will be appreciated. Thanks #308356

Keri M. Dietrich September 10, 2005

Terri, I like the composition of this, well done on the cropping. #1822893

Katrina McMeans September 11, 2005

Great colors, Terri! You did good with the brightness levels!
I would suggest a crop from approximately the elbows up...I think the blue at the bottom is very distracting from your girls' faces and hands.
Otherwise, great poses and composition!
~K #1824005

Melissa A. Mannon September 11, 2005

I like the cropping, but think the posing could boost this image. I think I'd try bringing the middle girl forward a little to make a triangle in the photo and pull the girls closer together. Maybe have them to put more attitude in their stances. Have the two girls on either end lean into the middle one and create s curves in their bodies. #1824503

Terri Hooper September 11, 2005

WoW, great ideas, I think I'll try them all! (in one shot) Thank you Keri, Katrina & Melissa for your imput. #1825349

Pat Worster October 07, 2005

Terri you very beautiful daughters, Play around with the posing and you will have a powerful portrait. Pat #1928356

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