My 4 and 6 year old grandsons wanted me to take a picture of them to give to their father today. So I sat them down this morning and got this as one of the shots. This was the first one I took and had forgotten to take off my polarizer and had the settings wrong and overexposed it. The expressions were the best though so I worked with it. I really have a problem with skin tones. I should have gotten a warming filter out but these are not the sitting still kind of kids. Their parents did like the picture a lot but I know it's not what it should be. The six year old just lost another front tooth this morning. The 4 year old decided to yank it out for him. I have already "warmed" it considerably in PS as well as a lot of other enhancement. It's still too pink and cool though. Any suggestions at this point or about skintones in portraits in general.