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Feb 04, 2011 09:02 as a reply to  @ post 11773222 |  #16

#1 is a Great expression-just need to be aware of the background. These are very nice.


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Nice; love #3!




  
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Feb 05, 2011 14:48 |  #18

Nice work especially #1 & #3. Glad you're back - I remember you.




  
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Feb 05, 2011 16:37 as a reply to  @ post 11773222 |  #19

These are divine, hard to pick a favourite but I do love #3. How did you take that one?

Look forward to you sharing some more!


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Feb 05, 2011 17:31 |  #20

4 is easily my favourite, really well done.


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Feb 06, 2011 17:57 |  #21

Good series...love the expressions in #1 and #4...


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Feb 06, 2011 21:22 |  #22

these are great! im just starting on newborns and i was wondering where the light is coming from , is it natural and where are the windows in relation to the babies and also how many windows?? your help would be great;y appreciated


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Feb 06, 2011 22:35 |  #23

Just learning wrote in post #11783625 (external link)
These are divine, hard to pick a favorite but I do love #3. How did you take that one?

Look forward to you sharing some more!

When I had my helper holding the baby very very very close to her body she fell asleep. We were going to try and do a different pose with the baby resting her chin on her hands but the shot in #3 just came at the spur of the moment. We were just turning her around away from my helpers body and she was out cold. Being that my helper was strong enough and the pillow was literally inches from the baby and I wanted to get this shot.

Thank you very much for the comment.


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Feb 06, 2011 22:40 |  #24

KimbrEsque wrote in post #11791109 (external link)
these are great! im just starting on newborns and i was wondering where the light is coming from , is it natural and where are the windows in relation to the babies and also how many windows?? your help would be great;y appreciated

There was a East facing sliding glass door directly in front of the baby. The baby was about 6 feet from the glass. I tend to be more direct light sometimes so I decided to have the light straight on to the baby. Other types of sessions I will work with more shadows but not so much with newborns.

With the little boy shots the morning so was probably southeast. So it wasn't directly into the house. With the little girl the sun was mainly on the south/southwest. But because of the snow on the ground I had a nice large diffuser.

I hope that I have helped explain myself.


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Feb 07, 2011 11:43 |  #25

thanks so much! a lot of lighting is pretty much key to a good newborn setup i seem to notice... and i also think that the natural light is better.


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