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Apr 19, 2015 20:17 |  #1

Would but this in the kids forum, but it is not your cute and cuddly kind of picture :). Feedback always welcome.

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The reason for this picture is because I am doing a series called "child in the woods". The above did not turn out as creepy as I wanted so I did not put in in the series, but still like the way it turned out.

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Apr 20, 2015 06:05 |  #2

mamaof2 wrote in post #17524283 (external link)
Would but this in the kids forum, but it is not your cute and cuddly kind of picture :). Feedback always welcome.

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The reason for this picture is because I am doing a series called "child in the woods". The above did not turn out as creepy as I wanted so I did not put in in the series, but still like the way it turned out.

https://www.flickr.com​/photos/127211469@N03/ (external link)

I don't know......it looks pretty creepy to me in the sense that she looks feral. Looks like you came upon a child that hasn't seen another human in quite a while.

Actually kind of disturbing.


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Apr 20, 2015 07:10 as a reply to  @ saea501's post |  #3

Ya I thought it had a different feel then the other pics I took of her. This was seems more raw or like you said a feral child.

When you say disturbing, you mean inappropriate? or just creepy?


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Apr 20, 2015 10:54 |  #4

I agree, it looks pretty creepy! Imagine a scene from a horror movie where the antagonist is walking in the woods or somewhere and comes across a random child like that.

What's the story behind the photo set? Location? And just some random child you stumbled upon and decided it would be fit for your project? It almost look staged, then again it doesn't. I hope it's staged for your shoot, sad to see a child in that living condition (I know there are millions out there).


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Apr 20, 2015 12:05 as a reply to  @ moJoePDX's post |  #5

It is my daughter and yes it is staged :)

I am doing a series called "child in the woods". I wanted to do something a little different/creepy. I am enjoying stepping out of my comfort zone and trying something new. Below is the other pics in the series.


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Apr 20, 2015 14:51 |  #6

Gotcha! Yeah, saw your series before posting my first response to this thread. Nicely done with the hair, outfit, surroundings, lighting, and everything. Great to have your daughter willing to help out. My daughter is 6, turning 7, and I'd be lucky if she's willing to have her photo taken after a few snapshots lol

Great job and thanks for sharing.


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Apr 20, 2015 15:06 as a reply to  @ moJoePDX's post |  #7

Thank you very much! I only get a few shots before she is over it, so I have to act fast :lol:


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Apr 21, 2015 09:02 |  #8

There are a couple of things I would change in this shot. First I would have turned her just slightly so that her crotch was not visible. Second I would have made her look at little dirtier to fit the theme a little better.

I really like the series!




  
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Apr 21, 2015 11:39 as a reply to  @ pvancorb's post |  #9

Thanks Pvancord for the feedback. I agree on turning her to the side, but working with a 5 year old you only have so many shots b4 they are over it :lol:. I also agree on making her a little more dirty..bummed I didnt do that.


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Apr 21, 2015 15:08 |  #10

mamaof2 wrote in post #17526465 (external link)
Thanks Pvancord for the feedback. I agree on turning her to the side, but working with a 5 year old you only have so many shots b4 they are over it :lol:. I also agree on making her a little more dirty..bummed I didnt do that.

Photoshop is a wonderful thing. In fact, Obsidian Dawn has grunge brushes for it.


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Apr 22, 2015 07:55 |  #11

mamaof2 wrote in post #17526465 (external link)
Thanks Pvancord for the feedback. I agree on turning her to the side, but working with a 5 year old you only have so many shots b4 they are over it :lol:. I also agree on making her a little more dirty..bummed I didnt do that.


I hear you my 6 year old leaves as soon as the camera bag is out of the closet!




  
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Apr 22, 2015 08:04 |  #12

Cool photos on Flickr but the one with her reaching out...that one passed my creepy threshold. Congrats I'm out.




  
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Apr 22, 2015 08:18 |  #13

saea501 wrote in post #17526746 (external link)
Photoshop is a wonderful thing. In fact, Obsidian Dawn has grunge brushes for it.

I have to download the grunge brush right?


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Apr 22, 2015 08:18 |  #14

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I hear you my 6 year old leaves as soon as the camera bag is out of the closet!

Oh too funny! Yup it is like that at my house also!


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Apr 22, 2015 08:18 |  #15

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Cool photos on Flickr but the one with her reaching out...that one passed my creepy threshold. Congrats I'm out.


haha thanks and sorry for creeping you out ;-)a


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