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Two year old...outdoor photo shoot

Discussion in 'The Professional Gallery' started by bowronfam3, Apr 5, 2007.

  1. bowronfam3

    bowronfam3 TPF Noob!

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    My cousin and her son came in town last weekend, and we had an impromptu photoshoot! Let me know what you think...thanks!

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    Awe those are sweet. I love the last one - that look! hee hee.
     
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    #2 & #7 are my favorites.
    the color seems a bit too saturated but it could be my monitor (my bf likes to play with the settings because his eyes get sore *rolls eyes*).

    These are great candid shots. You can really see his personality come out.
    He's so mischievious (sp?) in #7
     
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    Too saturated for me, too. Love the black and white, though. I'm more of a desaturated-look-kinda-gal, so the greens and reds made me rather dizzy. Nice poses! ;)
     
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    Thank you so much guys! Yeah, the lab saturation is really kind of my signature thing (certainly not the only one who does this, don't get me wrong!). I always do it on child photos, the parents love it! Thanks again!
     
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    #3 and #7 are my favorites; but the colors are a bit intense for me.

    ~jen
     
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    Very nice! Love the "dirty feet" one... tee-hee!!!!! ;-)

    I hope your cousin appreciates those wonderful pics of her boy.
     
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    the last one is totally cute, but overall the pics are over saturated...
     

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