My little bee

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    Well her nickname is little Bee. Natural light, one window to her right. I had to shoot it wide open due to the light, us just laying on the floor playing with her little gym. 4 mo old, and the new one in the family. I have been in a sepia/b-w kick this last year. The mom and the Grandmothers liked the unprocessed one better ??? Oh well... Your opinion?

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    OMG, I love this photograph. Stunning work!
     
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    Priceless. I love the expression. Love the antique feel and look.. That smile makes me smile. Nice job!
     
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    The bokeh is slightly odd on the right-hand side, but a beautiful photo nonetheless.
     
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    I'm pretty impressed how you notice the slightest things. :) I didn't even notice that. Now looking at the picture that does bother me a bit as well.

    Max, Can you critique my O Face pic? -
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    It's very nice, and as zen said it makes me smile too when I see it! What a precious little one!
     
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    Isn't it odd how babies inhabit an entirely horizontal universe? If I tried to shoot an adult from that angle, I'm sure I would keep turning my head trying to get the image right-side up.
     
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    Thank you, and the lower right is her hand. She was reaching twards me, and shot wide open at 2.8. Made for a funny blurr. Im glad you liked it, her mother and grandmother loved it as well. I shot it on friday and 3 11x14's are already framed and hanging :) (my office as well)
     
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    As soon as I framed it, one of the guys who works for me walked in, Picked up the photo and turned it vertical. Then got a funny look on his face :) It took him a second to realize that he had it wrong. :lol:

     
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    Thanks, Im glad others felt the same way i did.
     
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    The expression, the stunning eyes and the wonderful focus all contribute to a wonderful picture. Tremendous work!
     

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