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Old Feb 19, 2011, 6:13 PM   #1
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Default Family photo shoot! Many photos!

Today I had a photoshoot with a little family of 3. Here´s some of the shots.

1.


_MG_4523hk by Fotograf Daniel Skilberg, on Flickr

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_MG_4524hk by Fotograf Daniel Skilberg, on Flickr

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_MG_4579hk by Fotograf Daniel Skilberg, on Flickr

4. My wife holding the little boys hands.

_MG_4664 by Fotograf Daniel Skilberg, on Flickr

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_MG_4684 by Fotograf Daniel Skilberg, on Flickr

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_MG_4691 by Fotograf Daniel Skilberg, on Flickr

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_MG_4697 by Fotograf Daniel Skilberg, on Flickr

8. The little boy in my stepsons lap.

_MG_4699 by Fotograf Daniel Skilberg, on Flickr

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Old Feb 19, 2011, 6:16 PM   #2
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And here´s the rest.

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_MG_4703 by Fotograf Daniel Skilberg, on Flickr

10. The mother of the boy.

_MG_4592 by Fotograf Daniel Skilberg, on Flickr

11. The father of the boy.

_MG_4595 by Fotograf Daniel Skilberg, on Flickr

12. Mother and father.

_MG_4640 by Fotograf Daniel Skilberg, on Flickr

13.

_MG_4472 by Fotograf Daniel Skilberg, on Flickr

14. The whole family.

_MG_4484 by Fotograf Daniel Skilberg, on Flickr

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Old Feb 20, 2011, 1:28 AM   #3
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#1 #2 #3 and #13 seem hazy and over exposed on my monnitor, nice shots otherwise.
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#1 #2 #3 and #13 seem hazy and over exposed on my monnitor, nice shots otherwise.
#1, #2 and #3 is high key images. They´re supposed to look like that. #13 is cross processed and is that was also the look I was after.

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The kid is beautiful, and I like the high-key treatment, but it doesn't really do justice to those blue eyes with flecks of color like fire opals. I hope you don't mind; I did a little adjustment...
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The kid is beautiful, and I like the high-key treatment, but it doesn't really do justice to those blue eyes with flecks of color like fire opals. I hope you don't mind; I did a little adjustment...
Thanks! Glad you like it.

I´m not sure I understand what you mean with "flecks of color like fire opals".
And I don´t really see muc difference in the treatment you made
Maybe I´m blind.

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All nice pictures, #5 is the one I put up on the family room wall. How could anyone not love that big smile on his face.
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All nice pictures, #5 is the one I put up on the family room wall. How could anyone not love that big smile on his face.
Thanks! Glad to hear.

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Great shots. I might agree that a couple like the first two may be overexposed a bit but - hey, I think that can be a style and preference thing and I think the shots look great.

I really enjoyed the set and your captures of the expressions on the little guy's face really warmed my heart and put a smile on my face today.

Thanks for sharing.
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Great shots. I might agree that a couple like the first two may be overexposed a bit but - hey, I think that can be a style and preference thing and I think the shots look great.

I really enjoyed the set and your captures of the expressions on the little guy's face really warmed my heart and put a smile on my face today.

Thanks for sharing.
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Well, as I said in a previous answer the first shots are made as high key in pp, so they´re supposed to look like that. That was the look I wanted

Glad you like them anyway

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