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    Did it for the LULz Jeffro600's Avatar
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    The "Rent-A-Kids"

    In my aspirations to make portrait photography my main goal and since my New Years Eve plans fell apart, I did a small set for a family friends kids yesterday afternoon.

    I LOVE shooting kids...their such a pain in the butt to work with as they fidget around, cant hold still for more than a few seconds and will never smile when you want them too...but thats part of what makes it great because they dont hold a position like a robot and no two photos are anywhere near alike...some just come out terrible but some come out GREAT! Ive got about a billion more to process but heres a quick few so far...















    I think this is my favorite of the bunch...she is only 5 years old but has the attitude of of a 15 year old! The background(an off white stucco wall), i think give an interesting texture to it instead of the plain smooth ones normally seen and along with dramatic lighting, i think it gives a nice feel to it.

    "Little Miss Attitude"


    "Kadyn, Kaylin and Konner) My final edit cut out the weed growing out of the top of Konners head on this one...lol
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    My Dear Jeffro,

    Great pics! You have obviously interiorized the lessons from the lighting DVD you wrote about earlier. These are all very handsome inages.

    Pineneedle

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    Did it for the LULz Jeffro600's Avatar
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    Appreciate the comments Pineneedle!

    These kids flat wore me out! I chased them around the yard for nearly 3 hours, rolling around on the ground, setting this up, trying that...my legs, neck, back and arms are DONE! Dont ever let anyone tell you this is a no\low impact profession!

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    Well done my friend. Go to that seminar. If you need the reg code to get in for $59, let me know. Hugely valuable info in there for you.
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