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chrisfroud 11 521
7 Oct 2005 3:14AM
Cute family photo!

Chris.

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Paddy 13 254 8 England
7 Oct 2005 3:24AM
I just love this could also see it in sepia or B&W give it a timeless feel ... Smile)P
afyfe 12 270
7 Oct 2005 3:28AM
agree with paddy, b&w with a bit of grain would be nice
chrish4 10 89
7 Oct 2005 3:29AM
thank you both - had toyed with putting the B&w on - ihad left colour tint on dressing gowns and this was cute too... I just think kids look so cute from behind - they were cute from front too though promise!!
ChristineL 11 39 United Kingdom
7 Oct 2005 3:31AM
Definately has the cute factor, lovely,
Chris.
7 Oct 2005 3:46AM
good idea about the peeking in rabits
User_Removed 11 32 United Kingdom
7 Oct 2005 3:53AM
Aaww gorgeous. I like the finsh you have applied
Jeff
lobster27 10 6
7 Oct 2005 4:10AM
Very nice moment captured and best with the colour definitely, and the bunnies a great touch, trying to get in on the cuddle.

Ian
MarkT 11 119 2 England
7 Oct 2005 4:14AM
Nice shot.

Mark.
7 Oct 2005 5:10AM
sooo cute, would love to see it in sepia too.

Lisa
firzhugh 11 13 New Zealand
7 Oct 2005 6:57AM
this is really beautiful. very nice shot
7 Oct 2005 8:47AM
Nice warm shot, very homely
Mike
DebbieV 10 1
8 Oct 2005 9:51AM
So cute - bet they aren't always this cute tho'.

Wonderful colours and compistion. click
chrish4 10 89
8 Oct 2005 12:44PM
thank you everyone - really appreciate your comments
ginz04 12 281 20 United Kingdom
10 Oct 2005 9:48AM
This is an excellent picture quality image = do you know of photographer Paul Yaff hes well know up in manchester - he does these pictures and charges 85 for a 9 x 6 - this is as good as his.

I note your studio is 4m sq - which is obviously big enough - i think probably cosy sounds right.

Any way you are doing a good job. ian
covey 11 1.7k Ireland
12 Oct 2005 7:59AM
Simply wonderful.

T.
synaesthesia 12 389 England
13 Oct 2005 2:43AM
Hi Christine. Love your work so far. Don't let idiots like joefox put you off (the loser in the forums). Keep practising. You don't need to go on a college course to learn about lighting. Search through google, look on here, but do find out about apertures if you're not already familiar.

Top work.
ZenTog 14 7.9k 1 England
13 Oct 2005 4:53AM
lovely work dont let the fools put you off etc
this is as good as you need for the work you are doing dont tihnk venture could do a shot a connected as this
mtbrider 12 3
25 Oct 2005 5:02AM
Cute shot... *click*
Marian 10 62 England
14 Dec 2005 5:21AM
Brilliant
Marian
sarac 10 63
16 Mar 2006 5:48AM
super
Sara c

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