My fave infant session - so far!

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  1. twocolor

    twocolor No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    This is the fifth baby for this little family! The first baby was adopted from russia (the boy) the other 4 are all biological children. They all have russian names in honor of their first son! very neat family! She came up with the nativity scene, for christmas cards!

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    7. A little explanation on this one:
    The mother wanted it "real". She didn't want forced smiles, or even a little "everyone look at the camera and smile . . ." , notice baby Jesus is crying, she didn't even want to try and wait for her to be happy. She said "I'm sure baby Jesus cried to"
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    any C&C is not only appreciated, but asked for!
     
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    These are cute. I especially like the Nativity Scene one. I bet the mother is going to be delighted! It is such a cute shot. I love how the angel is looking down at the baby and the cute sheep. Nice job.

    The first picture is cute, I wish the mother's hair wasn't in front of the baby's face though. I'd also like to see #2 in B&W.
     
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    very sweet!
    I agree that the hair in front of the baby's face should be out, can you clone that out? Also, I think that you should ps some hair over the mom's part in her hair. It's so dark at the top and then this glaring white part is very distracting. Other than that, great work!
     

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