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Nikon d3300 proposal/family shots

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dangzr1

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Here are a few images I shot with the Nikon D3300 along with the 55-200 nikkor lens. Any tips or suggestion to improve my shots I would love to hear them!

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great shots, I love the 3rd one although I would have liked to have seen this as a wider shot with the whole male subject in the frame. A great family moment though.



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I agree with Rob on #3.  I like the shot but would prefer to see at least some ground at the bottom and maybe a bit less at the top...in general on the others I'd prefer a tighter crop on the subjects...#4 the "screen" in front of the subject is distracting so I'd crop that tighter as well or maybe scrap it even though it appears a decent image otherwise...