Discussion in 'People Photography' started by Seefutlung, Feb 7, 2009.
Just some snaps of my youngest daughter's Winter Formal taken last Saturday.
What a nice series! Great to see everyone 'all smiles' like that. She's very pretty - you must be so proud (and that's you in the third shot, right?)
Thanks Antarctican ... I believe all parents should raise kids they can be proud of ... (She has a 3.7gpa and a varsity swimmer states the proud father.)
Nice series from a proud Dad, and so you should be.
Excuse my ignorance but what is a winter formal?
Never heard of it before, is it a north american thing?
Winter formal is a dance...kinda like prom but not as important
The photos look great! I agree, she is beautiful! Off to college next year??
Great shots, beautiful young lady, nice to see that she obviously loves her dad in public (#3--most teenagers don't even acknowledge the existence of "parental units").
Unfortunately, my H.S. didn't have very many dances. Let's just say that they were an extreme "security risk"--and this was 25 years ago! I got frisked at my one Prom appearance--and not by my lovely date. :banghead:
Thanks ... just as ATXshots stated ... a dance where the kids dress up and you toss in a nice dinner.
Nope, Amy is just a junior. Sarah, my oldest daughter is at St. Louis University.
Thanks ... sorry about your dances. SMCHS is in Orange County, the biggest "security risk" in the OC is having your undocumented gardner bussed back across the border.
I had to threatened my teenager to be nice to me.
The second one is wonderful! I think it could definitely use a tighter crop though (removing the purse and lamp on the left and maybe the box on the right)
Thanks Stillwater, #2 is my fav ... I have to lose the purse on the left ... I think the box adds a bit to the overall image ... cropping, I don't think is the way to go ... it will cramp eveything together ... no room for movement. Cloning the purse out I think is the best methodology.
Yeah, I can definitely see that now. Good call sir
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