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First try at Portrait Work, w/22 month old none the less

 
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Nov 05, 2005 22:37 |  #1

Yes, I'm crazy! :D I was told these little guys will move around on you, but I had no idea how much!

So, today I took my first stab at some portrait work. I generally shoot sports and events/concerts so in the beginning I felt like a fish out of water.

I'm going to be delivering 10 or so shots for review it is tough picking which 10 to deliver. I'm fairly happy with them so far. Here is the first one out of the bunch. (He was predicting the ND victory over Tennessee today).

Mk2n w/50 1.4

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Nov 05, 2005 22:40 |  #2

Absalute stunning pic i think your really captured the moment there! from his expression to his pose from the back ground to the front that pic is awesome


oh oh an the fact it says Irish on his shirt :D :D :D thank you for sharing that i look forward to the rest of them


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Nov 06, 2005 10:12 |  #3

Great shot! Great shot!


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Nov 06, 2005 10:17 |  #4

yeah this is a great one...good idea with the props..

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Nov 06, 2005 12:34 as a reply to  @ symes's post |  #5

Thanks all!

symes wrote:
good idea with the props..

The crayons were actually to keep him in one place. I just let him draw on the white paper background roll. I then removed the scribble via PS.


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Nov 06, 2005 13:07 as a reply to  @ Screamer's post |  #6

lovely shot, and great idea to keep him still!
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Nov 06, 2005 14:27 |  #7

great moment captured at the right time!


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Nov 06, 2005 21:37 |  #8

Adorable...love the look on his face!


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Nov 06, 2005 21:57 |  #9

The crayons were actually to keep him in one place. I just let him draw on the white paper background roll. I then removed the scribble via PS.

hmm, maybe i would have kept the scribbles and perhaps analyze them too ;)




  
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