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Assistance with group of 3 photo

 
pickle1
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Dec 01, 2007 15:50 |  #1

Hey, I could use a little inspiration. I will be photographing 3 kids 17,15 & 7. This is a last minute call and I usually don't shoot thru the winter but decided 'why not'. The shoot will take place sometime next week when the kids can get together.

I am just too burned out by shooting all season that I like to take a break but the kids want to have a nice photo for their mom.

Post me some of your 3 person groups if you wouldn't mind!

The shots will more than likely be outside but hey I can un-mothball the studio if need be.

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Outside portrait? I'm guessing you live somewhere it is still warm! I'm sure there are portrait books out there for guides.




  
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Dec 02, 2007 09:42 |  #3

Are your three subjects all boys, girls or both?

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Dec 02, 2007 14:39 as a reply to  @ TeeJay's post |  #4

2 boys and 1 girl (youngest).

In talking with the kids today they want something classic yet in style and fun.

I live in Missouri actually and today it is 60 degrees.

I've several books but tired of the standard stuff. Looking to see what some of the shooters and this board have shot.

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