Discussion in 'People Photography' started by FarrahJ, Nov 14, 2009.
I think it's a good shot. I would've incorporated the reflection of the baby more though in the foreground. I think it would look even better seing a mirror effect on this as the upper negative space can do without.
great suggestion...I'll try that after her nap! =) Thanks
The pose is great, the expression was spot on (love the eyes), and the added color with the cap give it a good feel.
Did you shoot this with her on Plexiglas?
Cute photo! The hat looks great on her. I too would like to see a bit more reflection at the bottom and/or a bit less top space. The photo is nice and simple.
a very attractive shot....yes the more of the foreground wud have made it great with full body reflection...tfs.
Farrah, what was your lighting set-up for this shot?
I love the photo. Everything about it.
I just have one concern http://news.aol.com/article/walmart-demaree-kids-bath-photos-lawsuit/675644?icid=main|aimZones|dl1|link6|http%3A%2F%2Fnews.aol.com%2Farticle%2Fwalmart-demaree-kids-bath-photos-lawsuit%2F675644
It's crazy, I know, but be careful.
I really like this photo. The colors in the hat are great and her expression is priceless.
Also, I don't think you have to worry about the "naked baby" part of it. I find the Walmart example ironic since Walmart uses a naked baby in their print ad in Parent Magazine.
Holy crap, thats insane!!! Can you imagine having CPS take your kids away for a month because of some bath time photos????? Now I can't take a pic of my baby's first bath??? I bet the little girl on the Coppertone ad is child pornography too... GRRRR... i feel so sorry for those parents having to go through that....
I do see the point of naked babies and there being a fine line between porn...and I know that my watermark does little or nothing...and even though you can't see girly bits, it's implied...but to me, it's art and not porn and probably a good thing I print at WHCC and not Walmart! =) Anyways, I haven't even printed this one.
This is amazing! Congratulations on her, she's gorgeous! I would definetely do the reflection more in the foreground, it'll make the picture TWICE as amazing!
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