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A girl and her lame dadarazzi

Discussion in 'People' started by okcandids, Aug 22, 2008.

  1. okcandids


    Jan 12, 2008
    Southern NH
    Ok, so I'm the dadarazzi and the girl is my daughter. We went out to eat with the grandparents and she was done with eating so settled into some coloring. When she noticed I was taking pictures of her she said "ugh, you taking pictures again?" and gave me this look:

    NIKON D200    ---    85mm    f/2.0    1/60s    ISO 800

    followed by a startup of a smirk:

    NIKON D200    ---    85mm    f/2.0    1/80s    ISO 800

    well, then. whispered to my FIL if he can ask her if she wants some ice-cream (so I can get her reaction), and captured this:

    NIKON D200    ---    85mm    f/2.0    1/80s    ISO 800

    and then, when it was time to wait for the ice-cream, she was back to the "are you done yet?" 'tude :wink:

    NIKON D200    ---    85mm    f/2.0    1/80s    ISO 800

    Managed to also capture my son in a (rare) moment of sitting still:

    NIKON D200    ---    85mm    f/2.0    1/80s    ISO 800

    (His shirt says "I still live with my parents", if anyone cares. :biggrin:) 

    All images captured with D200 85 f/1.4 in available light.
  2. great series, oren
    i think that most of us have seen these faces before, unfortunately
  3. ArtO


    Jun 14, 2008
    Nice photos. They're great looking kids.
  4. Nuteshack

    Nuteshack Guest

    careful, they might sue u ..lol

  5. okcandids


    Jan 12, 2008
    Southern NH
    :biggrin: As I was putting it together, I was thinking just that! I know I've seen a couple of your Mackenzie "dad, do you HAVE to right now?" pictures.

    Thanks, Art. Greatest thing about taking their pictures is that I can distort reality---they are still and quiet for a moment! :wink:

    All they'd get is debt, at this point. Maybe in a few years. :smile:
  6. fyreflie24


    Jun 24, 2005
    Charlotte NC
    I never get faces like that from my kids...


    NOT! And this was just a few days ago!
  7. Stephan54


    May 13, 2006
  8. Nice photos, she's a real winner with her expressions
  9. LOL....my son has the same face.....great series.
  10. Great expressions...


    You will still get those looks when they are 17.. TRUST ME!!


  11. okcandids


    Jan 12, 2008
    Southern NH
    They'll certainly let you know when they want to be photographed, and when you're just wasting their time. :rolleyes:  Thanks for looking and commenting.

    That's a shame, but thanks for looking.

    Thanks, Charlie. I think your granddaughter's a bit younger, no? Well, those looks are coming! :biggrin:

    Thanks, Luc. The great things for us, as photo enthusiasts, is that they can make all the faces they want, it just gives us more photo ops!

    Thanks, Don. I don't doubt it one bit!
  12. NJDJ


    Apr 15, 2006
    I recognize those looks.
  13. Tosh


    May 6, 2005
    My photographic efforts seem to provoke a more extreme response from my offspring. :biggrin:


    I also think she's telling me off with an Italian hand gesture, but I'm not 100%certain. :eek: 


    Your two children are extremely cute and photogenic. Nice captures!
  14. okcandids


    Jan 12, 2008
    Southern NH

    Nice capture Glenn. I just hope that's not the response you got when you asked if she wanted ice cream! :biggrin:
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