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    ebi
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    what cassie posted was far better than what Intuition posted. In one photo we have kids with personality on a simple background and in another we have a stiff, badly composed photograph with a lot of nonsense going on in the background. The pro fauxtog could learn a few things from the noob.

    #12266
    Intuition
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    I’m not pro, but I hope to be. I know my limitations which is why i was asking about tips 🙂

    #12267
    Intuition
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    this is my favorite of the day, of course the mom has her strapped to her shoulder haha.

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    and this one I’m calling “it’s electric” which I just find personally amusing

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    I know the second one is all edited to hell. I did it the other day and then sat on it to see if I like it, and I’m still on the fence about it, which means i’ll be starting over soon haha.

    #12283
    ebi
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    do you have any of her on the propeller? Because that would be a cool shot. The tongue thing must have been annoying. The helicopter thing just isn’t fitting with this kid. A frozen pole on the other hand…

    The first shot works better. But her face looks really dirty and her eyes look unnaturally bright.

    #12284
    Intuition
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    The propeller? that’s like 10 feet up lol, I couldn’t reach it if I wanted to, and you’re not allowed to climb on them either. I know the scenery isn’t conducive with a 2 year old little girl, we were shooting her brothers when I caught this shot on a whim. To me it looks like it’s electric and making her hair stand up haha. I just loved the moment.

    The first shot, I don’t find her face dirty, although I did actually clean up some dry milk and a booger off it. I didn’t actually do much to her eyes, at least as far as I thought. Here’s the before and after :

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