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    Quote Originally Posted by Joel Eade View Post
    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.
    Joel, I love the idea. I did something like this on a Xmas card a couple years ago and just used photoshop to put the picture in the picture. It worked out pretty well, but not as good as this shot. Great work.

    Bob, good looking little guy! As for the dual catch lights I wouldn't have seen any problem keeping them in there. If you look at most of the photos around, you can see all types of catchlights. Maybe I am lazy, but I hate cloning out other catchlights so I just leave them. A note on the Apollo that I learned the hard way. Make sure it doesn't tumble because it does break really easily (personal experience here). Other than that, excellent softbox...especially if you use some form of Sean's extender arm to get the thing to tilt.

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    Gratz Park

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    Don't do a lot of portraiture, but here's a few I took this weekend. Thankfully my son finally let me shoot him in his "cool" hat.
    http://www.flickr.com/photos/ky_calu...n/photostream/

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    Love that idea Joel. Might have to suggest something similar to the other half for her family.

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    Quote Originally Posted by calulot View Post
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    Don't do a lot of portraiture, but here's a few I took this weekend. Thankfully my son finally let me shoot him in his "cool" hat.
    http://www.flickr.com/photos/ky_calu...n/photostream/
    Looks like you should be doing lots of portraiture. I love these you have here. Great job
    Mark

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    Quote Originally Posted by calulot View Post
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    Don't do a lot of portraiture, but here's a few I took this weekend. Thankfully my son finally let me shoot him in his "cool" hat.
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    Fantastic shots! Great poses and pp!! BTW - Love the hat!

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    The colour version of the shot of my gf getting ready that I posted in the B&W Thread. When girls take so long to get ready, they can't really complain when we shoot them can they?

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    you would think that she actually was co-operating, however, that is impossible for a 1.5 year old. that is where the 8 FPS of the 7d comes in handy

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    Thanks clemmb and Denise!

    gk, I love those pink boots, now I'll have to try to find my daughter some!

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    Ham, great idea and funny anecdote. You and your gf should go out more often if the leads to more portraits.
    Btw when are we going to see some landscapes? Didn't you move out of the city?
    Arnt

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    Out of the city, into the suburbs. I've taken landscapes before, but they're always lacking something so I don't tend to share them.

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