Olivia c&c

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  1. pcphotos

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    Olivia @ 6 months.

    Half way though this clients' baby steps package. newborn --> 1 yr.

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    Cute, I like the expression! :) Colors, exposure, sharpness and lighting are superb although I find it shot to tight.

    I also like how the penguin is lookin' up at the baby! :)
     
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    i REALLY LIKE this... great job!!

    i agree clif i love how teh penguin is looking up at her!! too cute

    what did you use on this for backdrop?? i find my muslins sooo bloody wrinkly sometimes LOL
     
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    Looks really nice. I will agree with it being framed to tight though...but over all I really enjoy everything else about it.
     
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    a tri fold foamcore board from staples and light through the patio doors.
     
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    yeah its a little tight was some white space up top which wasn't doin much.
     
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    Love the follow-up pair - especially the happy expression on the baby's face in the last one.

    I can see the patio doors in her eyes! Perhaps some sheer curtains to diffuse the light a little?

    Nice set!
     
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    thanks. She's a very serious baby hehehe.

    yeah there were some sheers on them already.
     
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    GORGEOUS!!!!
     
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    The last two are great, first one isn't bad by a long shot. :)
     
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    I prefer the 3rd by a long shot....not feelin' the stuffed animals....gives it a "portrait studio" vibe :happysad: If they have some significance, that's different.
     
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    So? They're catchlights. They're money.
     
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    Word that coupled with the 'on white' look....i dunno...i have never been a huge fan of kids shots only on white....
     
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    yeah same. mommies orders :)
     
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    'this job would be great-if it wasn't for the customers.'

    :lol:
     
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    yeah....I just had a client request a crop to a photo, because it wasn't "centred".... :eek3:

    I told her I wouldn't do it. :lol:
     
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    Yeah - I know catch lights are 'money' - I was just asking if being able to identify the source - i.e. the doors - was a good idea?
     
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    Why would it be bad?
     
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    shouldn't be an issue really. everything needs light somehow.
     
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    I didn't mean it would be 'bad' - just a question.

    I can't remember seeing such a clearly defined source for the catch lights, that's all. And just wondered if others found themselves focusing on that?
     
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    this way they can always go back and see how their kitchen was laid out when she was 6 months :kekeke:
     
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    Never thought of that :cool:
     

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