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Jul 07, 2008 18:48 |  #1

So I saw the post for twins & was sad to see they were deleted. I figured I throw my a pic of my new twins up. I had a local student actually take the shots for me. I set everything up & did all the pp.


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Jul 07, 2008 19:27 |  #2

Beautiful! Congrats on your babies! Their eyes are stunning, and I'm sure it was a giant task to get them both looking pleasant. I'm not sure I really like the vignette, but we all have our own taste. Was there a little bit of cropping on the babies foot that you had to camouflage, or did you just darken it out?


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Jul 07, 2008 19:33 |  #3

Beautiful! Congrats on your babies! Their eyes are stunning, and I'm sure it was a giant task to get them both looking pleasant. I'm not sure I really like the vignette, but we all have our own taste. Was there a little bit of cropping on the babies foot that you had to camouflage, or did you just darken it out?
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Long story short. Had to cover up bad cropping & blown out highlights etc. I would like to have them re-shot when we have family come to town & help with our other 2 kids.


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Jul 07, 2008 21:35 |  #4

Wow. Great Shot!


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Jul 08, 2008 06:29 |  #5

Beautiful babies. Congrats.


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Jul 08, 2008 09:25 as a reply to  @ SuzyView's post |  #6

Nice shot and beautiful babes :D


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Jul 08, 2008 11:12 |  #7

Congrats on the babes... beautiful shot


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