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1st Newborn - My New Granddaughter

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Location: Midwest US
Feb 04, 2009 20:52 |  #16

Congrats and I love the first two images, both versions--they're wonderful! My grandson (one year old) has easily replaced my pets as my preferred subject :D

You look stunning in the photo with your new granddaughter, by the way!

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Location: Near Dekalb Illinois
Feb 06, 2009 13:22 |  #17

sunnygirl wrote in post #7255673 (external link)
Congratulations I remember how excited we were to become first time grandparents (5 years ago). Sadly my photography skills were very limited back then, but I have been making up for it, now grandkids (3) tend to expect to always see their Nana with camera in hand.

Animalhouse702 wrote in post #7252490 (external link)
Congrats...she's beautiful!! My first granddaughter was also born a week ago, & I'm doing my first newborn shoot ever of her tomorrow. Can't wait!

Love the first shot...agree with the choice of color vs. BW

I actually have a grandson turning one next weekend...he's been my "practice subject" for the past year! Newborn shoot yesterday went pretty good for my first try, although exhausting! I hauled a car full of stuff over there, and only had the chance to use about 1/3 of it. We did get some shots that both my daughter and I are thrilled with though...just can't stop thinking about all the ones I didn't get :(

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Location: Winnipeg, Manioba
Feb 06, 2009 13:47 as a reply to  @ post 7255673 |  #18

OMG I love the first one, this is the photo I wish to take. Beautiful subject and technically well done

a camera looks both ways

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