Today I was lucky enough to get more practice on a tiny 4lb newborn! She is already 2 weeks old but she was a good little sleeper and I FINALLY got to try my new doll bed prop which I have been dying to do! I went to their house for the shoot which was SO dark (the windows were all tiny and way up high) that I almost wasn't going to even try but I decided I better give it a shot. I found the brightest spot in the house in their little boy's room and only had a 5'x4' space so I was super bummed I wouldn't be able to set up my wood floor set up so I could do some doll bed shots. BUT while the mother was nursing the baby I decided I HAD to try and crammed in my set up minus the background stands and just used 2 chairs to hang the fabric. SO between the TINY space and no light I was VERY happy to get these next few shots! I realize the background on the bed shots needs a little more work but I am going out of town in the morning and need to get packing so no more editing for tonight I would love some CC as always! I have improved SO much from it in the last few months! (FYI my name on here used to be bobbytannehill in case some of you didn't realize it!)
Thanks for looking!
#1. The front feet of the bed drive me crazy on this one since they aren't straight but I couldn't figure out how to fix it! BUT how cute is that big smile!
Sweet Dreams by StaceyandLauren, on Flickr
#2. Not the best focus...
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onbelly by StaceyandLauren, on Flickr
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onsidepurple by StaceyandLauren, on Flickr
#4. Need to work on the edges around the top of the bed...
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bedfinal by StaceyandLauren, on Flickr