My Portrait Session with Coy!!! :)

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  1. Corry

    Corry Flirtacious and Bodacious Supporting Member

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    Well, here are the ones that made the customers cut! :) The ones with the 49ers blanket as a background were the Momma's idea! :) I definately still hvae lighting issues to work out...but I'm fairly happy with my first portrait session! :)

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    Very nice, Corry! I like #4, 7 & 10. Very, very impressive for your 1st shoot. Mom had a great idea with the blanket :D
     
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    Nice Job!

    Hey...I think we own the same background;)
     
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    Corry Flirtacious and Bodacious Supporting Member

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    Unless you are talking about the 49er's thing, I made the backdrop myself!!!! :)

    The 49ers thing belongs to the mother of the little boy! :)
     
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    Congrats! He is a cute little boy, and you definitely got some good ones in there!

    I find the 49er's backdrop a little busy, but it's all about making the client happy and I'm sure she's gonna love those! :D
     
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    The blanket looks good, but isnt there a liability issue if the 49'ers dont like thier logo being used with out written permission?

    Good job corry. : 0)

    Where are you getting them printed?
     
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    Great job Corry. Soon you will addicted and looking for subjects.

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  8. Corry

    Corry Flirtacious and Bodacious Supporting Member

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    I agree...I thought it was busy, too, but the mom wanted a few like that, so we did it. I had told her if she had any props or toys that she wanted, she could bring them...the Koy train..(hey, I've been spelling his name wrong!) and the 49ers stuff were hers.
     
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    you say you made the grey backdrop? how?
     
  10. Corry

    Corry Flirtacious and Bodacious Supporting Member

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    I bought a 10x20' peice of muslin at JoAnne Fabrics...was about $30..had my mom hem the ragged sides, and I bought 3 packages of Rit Fabric Dye...1 black and 2 pearl grey. I used a(new, never been used) garbage can...a large outdoor sized one, to dye it in, and the instructions said to stir constantly to get an even color...I didn't want that, so I would let it sit for a few minutes, then stir it a bit, let it sit, stir it, let it sit, you get the picture...then after a half hour, I rinsed it and then washed and dried it. That's it. Simple. :)
     
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    LOL corry thats really smart! Great shots btw, youll be doing weddings everyday soon :)
     
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    Mate.. you should be proud of these... they are great shots. Nice work. If they were my son, I'd be more than happy to pay professional rates for them. And, I don't think the lighting is very much off... the normal person would not notice it.
     

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