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Discussion in 'People' started by Nuteshack, Jul 17, 2008.
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Nute is that your daugher holding her? OMGosh I want to hold this child and give her kisses. Just beautiful. Darn I knew I should've had more kids - everytime I see baby images I get this materal feeling!:biggrin:
she is one chunky baby. lol
yup, that's her anutie Kara..sounds like u got the baby bug (like my wife, lol)
ya, she's a little blala..lol
Great shot Nute, like others have said "your going to cost me buying a new lens".
What a happy baby.
She's got so much hair! Am I the only one whose babies were all bald?
Such a cute chubby baby! Hug her for me!
Cindy, no you aren't....Ryan and Ben were bald till they were a year old! Reese was the only one born with any hair, though it wasn't much. :wink:
I really like the 2nd one, it puts a big smile on my face!
your family is beautiful :smile:
thanks for the kind words ....;-)
Wow, she is growing fast!! Nice captures
thanks John...ya, they grow up too fast:frown:
plump is in
Beautiful Nute .. I always enjoy your photos, especially of your beautful family.
I would like to see a picture of NUTE with no sunglasses.
I think that these are so cute. There is one thing I was thinking about them, though. I think the shallow DOF is great in the second one, but in the first one I think I would rather see them both in focus as they are both close to the same plane. And maybe if I saw them both in focus I wouldn't like it as well. It would just be interesting to compare. I'm trying to learn since I will be trying out some 1.4 lenses that I am considering purchasing.
She's a beautiful baby. Love her expression.
thanks Art, Terry...i shot these at various f-stops and preffered the look of the thinner dof...;-)))
Maybe I would too, if I saw the comparison. It will be fun to try it out myself. Hopefully this afternoon I can go shoot the grandsons.... I'll see how hard f1.4 is.
Nice Nute! Ava is a beauty:smile:
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