I just couldn't resist...

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  1. butterflygirl

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    ...Posting some photos of this little sweetie! Isn't she cute? Please let me know what you think - comments, suggestions, always good - especially on the last one - she seems a little red on the pink background, any thoughts to make this better? Thanks!

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    They are all adorable - in the first one though i think a tad too mcuh contrast maybe? I cant see the bottom of the dress at all on my monitor. I LOVE the idea of the second one - nice way to put color in a pic - so cute, And the third one is so cure too. I love it!
     
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    Thanks for the comments - yeah, I agree with you on the first one - I may have went a little bit overboard. I was trying to do something different and new. :) I'll have to tone it down I think!

    I appreciate your feedback!
     
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    Yep, I think in the first one it is a bit too much. I LOVE the second one though! Perfect! Did you do that in a studio or at the home of the baby?
     
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    Number 2 is a near classic. Very nice, and what a cutie.
     
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    I agree about the first one. She blends in with the background a bit too much, and the soft focus effect is a little overdone.

    The second one is the best IMO. The colors are bright and vivid. And the expression is great.

    Not sure about #3. Its good for a girl setup, but probably not something I would do in particular.

    Overall, I think they are very nice. Good job! :)

    NJ
     
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    Thanks! I keep trying! Hopefully I'm getting better :blushing:

    I'll post that first B/W picture in color when I get home - I really like the pose - but maybe the lighting wasn't quite right - I'm not sure.

    Thanks for the nice comments! :hug::
     
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    Sorry I didn't answer you until now - just saw that you asked a question - silly me!

    I did that in my home studio with my alienbee light set up - I love them! It's so much fun! I used a seamless paper background. this was my first time working with the seamless. Good stuff. Very colorful!
     

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