She was just 6 days old...

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  1. RowmyF

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    I did this photo shoot a few weeks back of this little baby girl who was just 6 days old. We did it inside of an apartment and the only lighting we had was from the sliding doors leading to the porch. It was a fairly sunny day out, so I moved us closer to the doors which granted a nice amount of light.

    I also used a 50mm 1.8 lens...

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    thats chill hahah
    i like 1 the best, but 2 really gives you a sense of scale =P
    as for 3 and 4, just seems a bit too Anne Geddes for my liking hahah
     
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    I do baby photography as well - only starting out - and must say these are wonderful. Very inventive, very clever and beautifully executed.
     
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    I absolutley love these. They are reminiscent of Anne Gedes.. but I like her too :D I absolutly LOVE that shot of her on the changing table. Good work!!
     
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    Thank you for the feedback.

    "Reminiscent of Anne Geddes..." ...what a great compliment. If only one day I can aspire to be as popular as she is.
     
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    PHOTO 2 is fantastic.
     
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    Stunning. The lines and composition are incredible. The light, and the crispness are outstanding.
    I've seen some great photos lately, but this is cream of the crop stuff.
    Really, really well done.
     
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    Well done! Were these all natural lighting?
     
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    beautiful!!
     
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    Elsa - thanks so much for the feedback!

    Clark - these were indeed natural lighting.
     
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    So cute! Very creative. Nice job. I do notice a lot of grain in the shadow areas - does it show up harshly in print? I'm jus thikning that any large version of this in print it would be obvious but it
    s maybe only on the web here. :) Great job!
     
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    I love the 2nd image the most. It appears to be just a hair crooked though- maybe less than a degree CW. Just seems like they are slipping down the table to the right. The first one is sweet too, but seems just a little soft. Probably your lens though- along with natural light. I no longer use my 50mm- it had very bad grain in shadows with low light.

    Great work. I do luvvvv this style of newborn photography!
     

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