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This Week’s Challenge: #PRTV_afeeling

#PRTV_afeeling had you thinking about your shot with feeling, composing your photo with emotion to connect to the viewer. This can get a little tricky as not only do you have to think about light, placement, settings, but also the connection to your subject and a bit of creativity in cases to get what you need. Happy faces, somber moments,  and feeling the balance this week with some nice shots that show the emotion in your photos. 

Next Week’s Challenge: #PRTV_reflection
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Toby’s Features:

I really like that while we can’t see all the face but we can see she’s happy and the balloons make a leading line.

Roy’s Features:

Babykins! A nice happy shot with eyes that pop!

5 months old, happy baby #prtv #prtv_afeeling

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It’s a great relaxed shot and the B&W works well.

Cowboy Festival.. #cowboy #relaxed #content #prtv_afeeling #sony #sonyalpha #sonya6500 #sonyimages

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