In an attempt to drum up a little business for the summer, I'm going to be doing a few free jobs for families in my neighborhood as a trade-off for putting up sample shots and contact info in their businesses and getting the pics posted on their FaceBook accounts. I took advantage of a half-day at work yesterday and decided to take an hour and grab some 6-month-old photos of my niece Olivia to help me get back into the swing of things. Now I need some constructive criticism and ideas on how to make them better! I want the shots I take for the neighbors to be as good as possible. Their shots will probably also be more varied than these in terms of the "look" of the shots, because they have older children who are much more capable of doing more than just sit-up in the grass. Any thoughts, suggestions, critiques or comments on anything like processing, composition, lighting, etc. are welcome. Thanks! Ann 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. I wish I hadn't chopped her legs off in this one, but I was more concerned with getting the smile than the composition at the time I took it. 6. 7. 8. I wish she didn't have Piglet in this one, but she was getting cranky and needed a toy to keep the smile on. 9. The white-balance here seems a little off on my work computer (greenish/yellow tint). Does it look this way to anyone else? I'm on an uncalibrated monitor right now. 10. Not a huge fan of the bulbous-looking head that I got from using my Sigma 30 too close up, so probably won't do this again. 11. 12.