Lost tooth

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  1. brighteyesphotos

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    Out of the mouths of babes: My oldest lost his front tooth today at my parents' house. (out of 5 teeth he has lost thus far, this is the 2nd one he DIDN'T squallow :lol: ) My dad offered him a dollar for his tooth. My son? He says "no, I'm going to give my tooth to the tooth fairy but I'll take the dollar anyways" :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

    This is just a quick shot of his new grin.
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    and because he's a ham when I put him in front of the camera:
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    He moved which caused the blur.

    These are nothing formal. Just me messing with my lights. I should've had a camera with me at my parents'. I missed the bloody grin. :lol:
     
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    Cute and a nice pic but would have helped had there been some separation of the head from the background.
     
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    brighteyesphotos TPF Noob!

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    yeah, I noticed that. What's the best way to fix that? (I'm still learning portrait lighting)
     
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    Put at least one light on a higher plane than the subject.
     

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