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The Difference Between Girls and Boys

 
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Mar 09, 2008 07:43 |  #1

I photographed the back-to-back birthday parties yesterday for 5 year old fratneral twins. The sister had a Cinderella theme and the brother a Star Wars theme...all the girls dressed up as princesses and the boys...well there is a difference...see the two photos below (30D and 17-55MM EF-S IS)


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Mar 09, 2008 07:58 |  #2

LOL yep the lads are doing what lads do


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Mar 09, 2008 11:27 as a reply to  @ TATER64's post |  #3
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That's hilarious. I'm not sure which group had more fun!!!


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Mar 09, 2008 14:44 as a reply to  @ SilverHCIC's post |  #4

Ha Ha!!

Just what I expected to see!!


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Mar 09, 2008 16:32 as a reply to  @ Apshiso's post |  #5

I have 2 sons, a 3 year old and a 1 year old.....I live that picture! So fun!


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Mar 10, 2008 01:50 |  #6

Does that mom have her hands full, or what? It's so true, the difference between boys and girls from a very early age is AMAZING....


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Mar 10, 2008 05:14 |  #7

You can almost hear those pictures! Wonderful.




  
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Mar 10, 2008 05:53 |  #8

Great shots and juxtaposition!


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Mar 10, 2008 17:59 as a reply to  @ smorter's post |  #9

Thanks everyone for the feedback. It really was a fun photo assignment. The light from the North windows made the living room almost like a studio...perfect conditions.

Here are two more photos...the birthday boy and the birthday girl...enjoy :)


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Mar 11, 2008 09:53 |  #10

They look a bit soft (first two group shots). The wall behind them seems to be in focus. You have captured the mood well.


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Mar 11, 2008 16:10 as a reply to  @ Raphael V's post |  #11

Jim, THAT is so great! wow the difference with boys and girls...look how precious.

Love the single shots also.

Bet you had a fun day!

remember to let me know when you get in town again. Would love to meet you and your wife.


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Mar 11, 2008 16:12 |  #12

Those look amazing! You did a great job. I'm really impressed.


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Mar 11, 2008 18:38 |  #13

Raphael V wrote in post #5093001 (external link)
They look a bit soft (first two group shots). The wall behind them seems to be in focus. You have captured the mood well.

I had to go back and look again, I was so captured by the subjects that I didn't even notice the focus at all.

I love the shots Jim! The colors, expressions and themes are excellent!


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Mar 12, 2008 02:12 |  #14

See the girl in the middle of all the boys! that was me when I was little LOL! but I have to say... I was never much of a star wars fan... more of a ninja turtle girl over here! :D




  
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Mar 12, 2008 06:18 |  #15

When you have such lovely and valuable pictures like this, it seems a shame if you are only looking at the technical aspects and missing the joy of what the picture is all about.




  
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