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Old Mar 4, 2007, 9:21 AM   #1
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Hi...well I did my first newborn shoot. The baby came 2 weeks early! I'm pretty happy with the results. C&C welcome.

Thanks for looking,

Angela

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Something new I tried. I'll need to line things up better.


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Old Mar 4, 2007, 10:03 AM   #2
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hi afayec,#1 &#5 are the best
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Old Mar 5, 2007, 9:10 PM   #3
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Really like #5. The composition is perfect. It looks the most professional of the bunch. The background is a bit distracting in the others, the color is odd, it has wrinkles and the subjects seem too close to it.

I'd recommend the parents wear neutrals next time...either black or white. the red looks like an accident, and makes the baby look jaundiced in comparison.

On the tryptic I'd swap #3 and #2 position, to even things out a bit better. Nice job though, like the script.
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Really like #5. The composition is perfect. It looks the most professional of the bunch. The background is a bit distracting in the others, the color is odd, it has wrinkles and the subjects seem too close to it.

I'd recommend the parents wear neutrals next time...either black or white. the red looks like an accident, and makes the baby look jaundiced in comparison.

On the tryptic I'd swap #3 and #2 position, to even things out a bit better. Nice job though, like the script.
Thanks for the feedback. This is exactly the type I need. I'm just beginning and trying to learn some of the do's and don'ts.

I'll edit the backgrounds that have the odd color and wrinkles pp. The wrinkles were due to the fact that the material was draped over the fathers chest b/c of his red shirt. Thanks for the tip about neutrals. I'll definately suggest them.

Can't wait to see more of your work.

Angela
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