Natural Toddlers

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  1. vandecarr

    vandecarr TPF Noob!

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    Hi,

    This was from a shoot yesterday. The moms main concern was nothing to be posed, soft and blurred out backrounds and naturalness.

    Here are a few of the kids together, I'll get some more up of them individually, later.

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    Thanks for looking,
    Mike V
     
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    I LOVE the last one!
     
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    Not to crazy about the 1st one since the legs are cut off.. Maybe a different crop would be better...- I would have liked the 1st one.. if the legs werent cut off..

    Last 3 -- Can I say AWESOME>> Love the softness, Love the expression in the last one.

    2nd one.. love the camera angle
     
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    I bet this was a fun, challenging shoot! It seems to me that the first one should be cropped tighter around the kids, but then again I like really tight crops.

    ~jen
     
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    Thanks everyone,

    The first one is my least favorite too. Can I say this shoot was a PAIN! The kids were great but...they are all at that age where that don't really understand what you want them to do and their attention is about 2 seconds long.

    I just kept talking to them, following them and leading 'em all over the place.



    Thanks again,
    Mike V
     

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