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Jan 25, 2008 04:47 |  #1

I let the better half use the camera and she's starting to learn to shoot in AV instead of the dreaded green box and she comes up with this :evil: Starting to take better shots than me :lol: She told me to post it up on here.

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Jan 25, 2008 05:13 |  #2

If your nice maybe she will show you......lol. great shot, gorgeous smile!!!!!




  
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Jan 25, 2008 05:30 |  #3

CUTE and crazy
the type i do love


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Jan 25, 2008 06:07 |  #4

Great pic! IMHO I would like to see both hands in the pic. The expression is priceless. Kudos to your wife.


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Jan 25, 2008 06:13 |  #5

I love it, the hands don't bother me, As I'm drawn directly to the eyes and BIG smile. cute baby


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Jan 25, 2008 06:13 as a reply to  @ Mike_Canon5D's post |  #6

AV rules!!!:p


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Jan 25, 2008 06:14 |  #7

It's pretty dangerous doing things like that - it makes the art of photograhpy appear far easier than it actually is.

It's actually very very difficult to take good photos. The fact that the uneducated can take shots like that is a complete fluke!! :D

My fiance took this of me. http://www.the-aperture.com/EE/photos​/normal/IMG_9985.jpg (external link) . It was complete chance that she got it right first time - I had to take the camera off her to protect her from all the bad shots she'd take if she kept it for any longer.


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Jan 25, 2008 07:20 |  #8

Very cute picture.. :) Your wife did an amazing job taking this one. I agree with Mike though I would have liked to see both hand or if nothing else not crop at the fingers.. Andy is right also beause I am drawn to his face and eyes...

Nice work. pretty soon you are going to have to buy your wife a nice new camera. Ahhh. go buy her the Mark III just for kicks.. just a small drop in the bucket right? HA HA...


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Jan 25, 2008 07:54 |  #9

He is sooooo cute!!! Great picture too!!!


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Jan 25, 2008 08:00 |  #10

Nice shot!


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Jan 25, 2008 09:01 as a reply to  @ Jonathan's post |  #11

Great shot!

So when does the baby get their first camera?




  
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Jan 25, 2008 09:53 as a reply to  @ EM3's post |  #12

Pete:p

This is a fabulous photo! Yep, you are in trouble now......a new camera will be a must.....


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Jan 25, 2008 09:56 |  #13

awww he is so so cute


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Jan 25, 2008 10:22 |  #14

Very cute, your wife chose a great angle....I'm assuming she learned from you;)




  
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Jan 25, 2008 13:22 |  #15

Mike_Canon5D wrote in post #4779127 (external link)
IMHO I would like to see both hands in the pic.


Wha?!?! The hands look fine to me. Sometimes its a strugle for the munchkins to even keep there head up...

Excellent pic all around. PERFECTION.....




  
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