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Old Aug 2, 2007, 12:08 AM   #11
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Great shots. Looks like everyone had fun there.



I take it you are enjoying the K10D.





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All very fine pictures, but #7 takes it a few steps up the ladder. Clean, sharp, well composed and the expression on the boy's face is priceless. A picture for some competition – or the wall!

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ardigitalman,
you need to be very careful photographing young children.. try to keep 2 of them in the frame.. there is always a chance of pedophiles altering your image and the cops knocking on your door...
ME?? i avoid like the plague shooting children

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Cute kids...

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you need to be very careful photographing young children.. try to keep 2 of them in the frame.. there is always a chance of pedophiles altering your image and the cops knocking on your door...
ME?? i avoid like the plague shooting children

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Sad but true these days.



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robar wrote:
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you need to be very careful photographing young children.. try to keep 2 of them in the frame.. there is always a chance of pedophiles altering your image and the cops knocking on your door...
ME?? i avoid like the plague shooting children

roy

There have been some real horror stories of innocent photographers who have ended up in a lot of trouble because of taking the old "in the bathtub" shot, you know, the one you get to show to your kids when they are older just to embarrass them. Kids in any stage of partial dress are risky, unless it is very clearly a justifiable shot, like a picture of the local junior swim team. A "topless" picture of a two year old girl is far more likely to get you in trouble than a similar image of a twenty year old ever will.

It is sad that the reaction to the perverts of the world has taken freedom away from the innocent.

Ira - who is glad his kids are now older.

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I have Grand kids and will from time to time post portraits of them but I like to keep the as clothed as possible. Be a Great Grandfather soon...Get to start all over with Him/Her when they are born. I like these and enjoy them for what they are..An exploration of child like wonder and innocence. Always fascinating to me. Just avoid the lightly clothed photos and be sure you have the parents consent to take them and to post them on the web. Wonderful series to me.

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Monza76 wrote:
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ardigitalman,
you need to be very careful photographing young children.. try to keep 2 of them in the frame.. there is always a chance of pedophiles altering your image and the cops knocking on your door...
ME?? i avoid like the plague shooting children

roy

There have been some real horror stories of innocent photographers who have ended up in a lot of trouble because of taking the old "in the bathtub" shot, you know, the one you get to show to your kids when they are older just to embarrass them. Kids in any stage of partial dress are risky, unless it is very clearly a justifiable shot, like a picture of the local junior swim team. A "topless" picture of a two year old girl is far more likely to get you in trouble than a similar image of a twenty year old ever will.

It is sad that the reaction to the perverts of the world has taken freedom away from the innocent.

Ira - who is glad his kids are now older.
well said ira.
you too dawg. great grandaddy???
i remember doing things with 3.
i was born into the world with 13 inline grand parents alive. i remember 10.. how many people can say that???? i have a picture of me and the ancestors, 5 generations...

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