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  1. #51
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    nice socks

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    My daughter

    some pics of my "less than happy to pose for you mom" daughter.
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    Stacy
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    just one more.......

    one more of Miss less than happy....
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    Attitude

    Quote Originally Posted by Savannah
    one more of Miss less than happy....
    Stacy - I think your 2nd shot is great. The look of "attitude" on her face is priceless. Brings back memories of when my daughter was that age. Wait, come to think of it, I still see that look . Also very nice framing on both photos. Thanks for posting, gave me a smile tonight after a really tough day!

    Dennis

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    fantasitc shots! incidentally, how did you manage the borders?

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    boy

    kid, in a very dim forest (1/30 less) cropped, red channel, slight distrotion on curves, etc. and it's in my unique 6:5 format. i think this is the best of the lot.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sigbhu
    kid, in a very dim forest (1/30 less) cropped, red channel, slight distrotion on curves, etc. and it's in my unique 6:5 format. i think this is the best of the lot.
    Excellent shot, very impressive. thanks for sharing it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by D Thompson
    Stacy - I think your 2nd shot is great. The look of "attitude" on her face is priceless. Brings back memories of when my daughter was that age. Wait, come to think of it, I still see that look . Also very nice framing on both photos. Thanks for posting, gave me a smile tonight after a really tough day!

    Dennis
    Thanks Dennis! I appreciate your comments! Glad these pics gave you a smile after a tough day. Sometimes I think we get caught up in our lenses, aperature, shutter speeds, etc that we forget what truely makes a great picture...........that is, IMHO, the ability to evoke an emotional response from the viewer. If it made you smile and brought back memories, then I feel like it's a winner. I know I smile everytime I look at it just because I know I captured a true and classic part of her personallity!
    Last edited by Savannah; 06-03-2005 at 04:51 AM.
    Stacy
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sigbhu
    fantasitc shots! incidentally, how did you manage the borders?

    I used Photo Studio 5.5 software that came with my camera. Can't wait to get PSE.......its on top of my list. Maybe very very soon!! (I hope)
    Stacy
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sigbhu
    kid, in a very dim forest (1/30 less) cropped, red channel, slight distrotion on curves, etc. and it's in my unique 6:5 format. i think this is the best of the lot.

    Two things I love about this photo

    1. The leaves on the ground are awesome. All different shades of gray and the texture of them pop. It makes you think of the sound of fall leaves rustling on the ground.

    2. I like how he is walking in a dark forest towards a lighter clearing. It makes it very dramatic. Makes you want to know where is he going and what is he doing there in the first place.
    Stacy
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    Memories may fade from my mind, but a good photograph will speak forever.

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