I've found two that I might have entered. Actually they are the only two I can find right now.
Maybe I should have been more confident but I wasn't because everyone in my class was shooting great landscape photos. I think we all still need to improve taking people shots. There's a lot that goes into a shot.
Some points to think about when you are shooting people are
- Timing - the time of day, how much light you are giving your subject.
- Good Timing - what type of reaction are you getting from your subject?
- Background subjects - do you have an interesting background you are using?
- Comfortability of subject - How does your subject feel around you? Are they enjoying themselves?
- Lighting - Is there enough natural light? If not, use props to improve this?
- Bring in the details you see in a good photograph always. What I mean by this is if you had seen dew on flower and you want that same dew, make it.
- Take your Time!