My favorite subjects....

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  1. Alison

    Alison Swiss Army Friend Supporting Member

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    Thought I would post some pictures of my favorite little men.They aren't always willing subject (see the Bloopers forum) but they are fairly cute.

    Christopher (4 1/2)
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    Lucas (nearly 3)
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    I always admire people who can get good portraits of children, especially if they are candid (I know thats a word...not sure if its the word Im thinking of though). They are so unpredictable and constantly moving and stuff...
     
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    Yes, candids can be tough. We rarely pose our subjects, just give them items they are naturally interested and let them go at it. I try to capture the "mood" of the moment vs. getting them to look perfect. I find photographing children a whole lot harder than any other subject matter for the reason you stated, they MOVE so much!
     
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    Really like the first one. The Light catches and lighting are great.

    Both pics show some personality of the subjects.

    Nice Job. :D
     
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    #1 makes one smile :)

    adorable!
     

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