A Day Out

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  1. woodsac

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    Aside from one or two shots yesterday, the shots of Davin were the most productive.


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    A couple shots of Davin...getting familiar with a truck once owned by Charlie Manson. Gotta start em early :D

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    These are just adorable woodsac. #1 is definately a framer, what a capture. heehee !
     
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    Arch Damn You! Staff Member Supporting Member

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    wow...now i want a child so i can put em on things!... All three are amazing... what is that in the bg of 1?.... some kind of structure support?... looks a bit like a skate park. 2's got great pov and expression... and 3 i think is my fav, just great :thumbup:
     
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    Thanks guys :D

    Angel, they are some type of support. Concrete with a rebar type internal frame. I don't have a good shot of them, but here's a different angle with a deeper dof.

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    that third one is really good. you got a cute kid there
     
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    Yup! :D
     
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    oh yea they're cool, and with the mountains it kinda looks like something out of a sci-fi film like 'Dune', good shootin ground, maybe a low down silhouette of the shapes could be a good one, great find.
     
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    I love the toning in the third! I wish there was a tad bit more light on his face, but I still love it!
     
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    what she ^ said.
     
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    uhggggg...I knew it! That's what I said to Sicily right before shooting this :lol: I didn't know that I would be taking shots of Davin here and I left the flash in the truck :confused: And I just noticed the toning made it even a hair darker.

    Thanks everyone!
     
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    What a great great great set of shots. Davin is such a good little model. Post more!
     
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    I love the 2nd and 3rd one. I love the contrast of having this cute little fleshy cuddly baby against the old, beat down, rusting, falling apart look of the truck.
     

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