ART Two from a newborn shoot

IntheWorks

windin film.. takin pics
Jun 30, 2001
17,001
earth
had a 4hr newborn shoot on sunday.. got a lot of really good shots, but I wanted to throw a couple up for the parents until I get a full blog post ready... anyway, I thought I'd share them here.

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IntheWorks

IntheWorks

windin film.. takin pics
Jun 30, 2001
17,001
earth
Really diggin the sling shot. I would fix the little halo effect on the lower left of it if possible.

yeah, halo will be taken care of for printing.

eyeball bellybutton reminds me of this
http://3.bp.blogspot.com/_HWhYup01zdk/TH14zIC3exI/AAAAAAAAArg/r5icDRUz3O4/s1600/big+trouble.png

I too like the second shot the most.
:rofl:

it sucks that the best time to shoot a newborn is within 10 days of their birth, but you still have that left over umbilical chord to deal with :hs:
 

Marix

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May 23, 2006
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Ah, is *that* what that is? I was like WHOA but didn't want to say anything

The shot in the sling is really nice. I don't love the first one for some reason. I think it's the skin being all blotchy, but I know that's not exactly preventable. B&W is much more "flattering" imo, but I'm totally clueless about babies, newborn photography or anything related, so feel free to ignore me :o
 

ASIGN_Baz

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Apr 26, 2009
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My legs have been in that position squashed up in the passenger seat of a four wheel drive for the last 3 days...my knees are killin' me.....

I like #2.

I know the umbilical is normal and natural, but I just find it distracting. My eye goes there and locks there in some sort of gory fascination...

I like your lighting though.

Baz.
 
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IntheWorks

IntheWorks

windin film.. takin pics
Jun 30, 2001
17,001
earth
Ah, is *that* what that is? I was like WHOA but didn't want to say anything

The shot in the sling is really nice. I don't love the first one for some reason. I think it's the skin being all blotchy, but I know that's not exactly preventable. B&W is much more "flattering" imo, but I'm totally clueless about babies, newborn photography or anything related, so feel free to ignore me :o

yeah, they clamp it after birth and it dries up and eventually falls out..

I'll probably fix the skin for final print....

My legs have been in that position squashed up in the passenger seat of a four wheel drive for the last 3 days...my knees are killin' me.....

I like #2.

I know the umbilical is normal and natural, but I just find it distracting. My eye goes there and locks there in some sort of gory fascination...

I like your lighting though.

Baz.

yeah, it's completely natural, and I wouldn't feel right about removing it :o
 

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