Yay for Natural Window Light!

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  1. AprilRamone

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    Had a great shoot today so I felt like sharing:)

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    Oh wow the pose in number five is just priceless. A very nice shot.
     
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    Thank you, Andrew. She was pretty good with the cute baby poses! I just got lucky:)
     
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    Nice job. It is pretty hard to beat the Sun as a light source, isn't it?
     
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    What a nice series!

    I'm really drawn to the second view. I like the choice of black and white. Did you try bringing down the tone of the background? I wonder, with the dark clothing... hmmmm....

    Either way, VERY nice!

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    Thanks Pete,
    No, I didn't try bringing down the background. Good idea. How would you try to do it? With my limited PS knowledge I would probably make a duplicate layer and darken that layer a bunch until the background wasn't as noticable and then use the eraser to bring back the dad and baby...but maybe there's a better way?
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  7. AprilRamone

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    I'm liking your suggestion Pete...
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    oooooo.... me too.

    And, nicely done!
     

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