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Old Sep 13, 2008, 10:25 PM   #1
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Here is a pic of my 9 month old daughter Kirstin.





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Old Sep 14, 2008, 2:27 AM   #2
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Cute shot-nice background. I know you are proud...This pic is a keeper..Robert
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Old Sep 14, 2008, 6:40 AM   #3
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Thanks for the kind words Robert, the backdrop is not to bad for some black material hanging over a clothes airer.
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Thanks for the kind words Robert, the backdrop is not to bad for some black material hanging over a clothes airer.
My motto is: What they don't know won't hurt 'em :blah:
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Very cool, how did you light her??

I'm not sure this is really you shooting though... not enough motion blur!!! LOL
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Very cool, how did you light her??

I'm not sure this is really you shooting though... not enough motion blur!!! LOL
Thanks Mark, Used two flashes with umbrellas (silver reflective main and white shoot through fill) black material backdrop set up in the lounge room.

Got myself a cheap Chinese studio light kit (comes with 3x 150w flashes, stands, 3 umbrellas, trigger and bag). Great for learning without spending a lot of money initially. Setup a bit of a home studio in the garage.

Not used to shooting people, got a lot to learn. Any tips for me Mark:-). What do you recomend to use as a hair light?
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Not used to shooting people, got a lot to learn. Any tips for me Mark:-). What do you recomend to use as a hair light?
I'm still a beginner under the lights in a studio, trust me I make it up as I go along and not had the tools to be working with a hair light as yet. With all you have along with willing models you will soon know a lot more than me so I will be after advice.



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Very nice shot i also like the background, now i know your daughter was probably moving her hands around just curious what shutter speed did you use, really cute girl you have there
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Thanks Hercules, settings were Manual mode, 1/250 sec, f13, ISO 200.
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shes so gorgous! you must be so proud


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