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    Quote Originally Posted by ddt0725 View Post
    Wonderful portrait of a beautiful baby, Bob! Football!? Maybe he needs a GB Packer shirt for Christmas!
    Noooooo! Not another chesse head in the world.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ddt0725 View Post
    I forgot to ask you, Bob ...what size softbox do you have? I am think maybe at some point getting a larger one. My someday wishlist!
    DD, I used the Westcott medium Apollo which I think is 28x28---Just the right size for single or small family portraits, but for larger groups I think you would probably need a larger one, or put 2 or 3 speedlights in a medium and move it back a ways.
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    Quote Originally Posted by conropl View Post
    Noooooo! Not another chesse head in the world.

    Yesssssssssssssssssssss!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joel Eade View Post
    Yesssssssssssssssssssss!!!!
    Never, never,
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    4 Generations....Mother-in-Law (age 93), her daughter (my wife), grand-daughter and great grand-daughter.



    PS Mother-in-law fell 2 1/2 weeks ago and fractured her left elbow (you can see a little of the cast extending below her sleeve)

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    Very nice photo(s), Joel! I just saw a photo online yesterday done like this but I can't remember the website that I saw it! Anyway, very clever way of showing the generations!!

    I hope your mother-in-law heals quickly!

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    Quote Originally Posted by bob williams View Post
    Never, never,
    Thank goodness!

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    4 Generations....Mother-in-Law (age 93), her daughter (my wife), grand-daughter and great grand-daughter.
    Joel - That is a nice idea. It looks like the same frame, all held at the same angle, same background, and it looks like the same chair.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ddt0725 View Post
    Very nice photo(s), Joel! I just saw a photo online yesterday done like this but I can't remember the website that I saw it! Anyway, very clever way of showing the generations!!

    I hope your mother-in-law heals quickly!
    Thanks, my wife saw the idea on Pinterest. Not an original thought of mine but she liked it so much she wanted us to make our own version.

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    Quote Originally Posted by conropl View Post

    Joel - That is a nice idea. It looks like the same frame, all held at the same angle, same background, and it looks like the same chair.
    Thanks Pat. It is the same frame and same chair. You start out with the youngest and then print each picture and put it in the same frame for each successive shot with each person sitting in the same chair against the same background. Took us about 1 hour to complete the whole process.

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    I was assuming it was a blank frame and you edited the shots in during post.

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