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May 14, 2008 16:22 |  #1

Been awhile, thought I'd share some new ones....

Did some playing with some proofs I had, thought it was kind of cute myself (client was happy too which made it even better).
NOTE: These are the proofs, I'm waiting on the order to come in so I can make the final adjustments, so ignore any hotspots etc.

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Praying Angel - did this one with a poem and they were thrilled with it.
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One without the treatment, even Angels got to adjust their wings.
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And from the same session, just plain clothes and just capturing her faces I got these:
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May 14, 2008 16:57 |  #2

Sue all of them are really cute!!

I rather like the first one the most though. Nice effect with the soft focus for that shot.

And the one where she is just throwing her head back and lughing! Great capture..

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May 15, 2008 04:20 |  #3

All look kinda OOF. Maybe just really soft.


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May 15, 2008 04:51 |  #4

i must admit finding them a little oof as well but i feel that the softness works really well in the images


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May 15, 2008 06:27 |  #5

I kinda like the softness you produced. Shes a beautiful little girl BTW


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May 15, 2008 06:52 |  #6

i absolutely lvoe the angel shots wow well done


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May 15, 2008 09:02 |  #7

Lunajen wrote in post #5525109 (external link)
Sue all of them are really cute!!

I rather like the first one the most though. Nice effect with the soft focus for that shot.

And the one where she is just throwing her head back and lughing! Great capture..

Jenn

Thanks Jen. :) Nice to see you again BTW.
Yeah the first ones are some of my favorites of the whole shoot as well. The soft focus was midnight sepia steps that SwimChic told me about last year, I think it conveyed the message I wanted the best.
I can't remember what was so funny but boy was she in a good mood that day, got some great shots of her - did a composite of her with just laughing images.

burnxkr wrote in post #5528062 (external link)
All look kinda OOF. Maybe just really soft.

The OOF/Softness in the first are intentional, its part of the midnight sepia steps. As for the rest, they might appear so as I didn't resharpen after I resized, they're all fine in original.

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i must admit finding them a little oof as well but i feel that the softness works really well in the images

See above. And the softness of the first two was what I was going for (part of the midnight sepia steps).

RebelChick wrote in post #5528354 (external link)
I kinda like the softness you produced. Shes a beautiful little girl BTW

Thanks, double up. She's my niece, caught her on a good day. Her mommy thought she'd be a pain but I guess I picked sets that worked well with her, she loves dressing up so the angel and fairy sets we did worked well and she's very girly and into props and flowers, so we got a surprising number of good pictures of her. :)

TamEric wrote in post #5528437 (external link)
i absolutely lvoe the angel shots wow well done

Thanks Eric. :) Glad others like 'em as much as I do.


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May 15, 2008 09:58 |  #8

Beautiful shot


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May 15, 2008 11:29 |  #9

Love the angel ones! The others have a shadow on her neck and face. Is there any way to fix that? I always wonder.


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