Father - Tattoowise
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Wow. This was a milestone, for me. The last couple of weeks, in between life shaking events, I have tried to learn a little more about shooting people, Hoping to kinda head in that direction. Yesterday, Debbie called and informed me about contractions, dilation, and other disturbing things having to do with the maternal vagina. She closed the phone call by informing me that belly shots had to happen immediately, or during the next pregnancy. This was done in a loving, unpressuring tone of voice. Baby can send pressure, and threatening gloom simply with the power of her mind....often her voice is not involved. (not that I'm saying she did that here.) Color www.christopherrauch.com
grounds of the City Hall.
Me and my Girl...!
© Fanny BETEMPS - 2010 She was born on December 11th, 2009 She weighed 4 kg and measured 52 cm (yes a big girl, :))
a beach candid
2nd attempt at upload. the compressed jpeg isn't showing the background on this shot which is kind of disappointing. I used the dad's tattoo as a background element that looks great in the original image, but not so great here. I don't shoot a lot of baby portraits, she pee'd twice. :-) tech info: large soft box in front center, beauty dish above and camera right, medium soft box behind and camera left.
Three random tattoo ideas
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