Haven't posted in a while. Some newborns.

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  1. Deadeye008

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    This little guy was 3 weeks old.
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  2. Sarah23

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    those are beautiful!!! I love the 3rd!
     
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    What a gorgeous shoot! I have to say that #3 and #4 are my favorites! What a beautiful series!

    btw, where in Utah are you located? It's great to have a close neighbor here! My studio is located in Brigham City.
     
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    Thanks for the compliments! We are located in Clinton but these were taken at the clients residence in Farmington. We do all our shoots on location.
     
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    Do you find when doing your on location shots, that the client is more relaxed than they would be otherwise?

    I'm assuming you bring your lights, and a portable backdrop sytem?

    There's alot of red tape to cross when you have clients coming to you, as far as inspections of the property, handicap accesibility etc . . . when you shoot on location, that probably clears all that up doesn't it?

    Just a little curious, as we've thought of going the same route for the reasons I just mentioned
     
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    Beautiful work as usual! The bw tones are fantastic.

    I have a question though, was it intentional to have Mom's black shirt blend in with the background? Not saying its bad, just curious. :)

    NJ
     
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    Doing on location shoots has many advantages. Some of which you have mentioned above. I also prefer a diverse background and it seems to be more convenient for the customer as well. We have a portable backdrop system that we bring along with some props but we mostly use natural light.

    NJMAN: We usually tell the parents of the baby to wear black. Everything seems to turn out better and PP is a lot cleaner this way.:mrgreen:
     
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    Nice pictures..I especially like the last.
     
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    Thank you! That one seems to be a favorite.
     

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