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First smile captured

Discussion in 'People' started by BostonRott, Jul 12, 2008.

  1. Its taken me a bit, but I finally captured one of James' wonderful smiles. :smile: Like his sister, they just light up his face and his eyes. Today was also the first time I found a trigger for getting him to laugh. What a fantastic morning we had! :smile:

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  2. great shot Gretchen, he's a cute one w/ a great smile!
     
  3. Koochy-koochy-koo! Great shot Gretchen! :biggrin:
     
  4. Trish5

    Trish5

    Mar 31, 2005
    awww...cutie pie!
     
  5. Thank you Chris and Rich! :smile: Usually he offers smiles while he's lying on my lap.........I've been so looking forward to finally capturing one "on film." :wink:

    BTW, if you're wondering about the fluff in the lower corners, this may explain:

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  6. What a cutie pie! Love the grin!
     
  7. That's a treasure for sure!!
     
  8. YES !!!
    great capture of the smile

    the second image... priceless
     
  9. Thank you Sonya! :smile: BTW, this was my first shot in quite some time that didn't get any eye pop. :eek:  I just love your tutorial. :smile:

    Thank you Terri. We are so blessed to have him, he's a lot of fun! :smile:

    Hahahah, thanks Greg! (He's finally asleep, thank you!)
     
  10. Nuteshack

    Nuteshack Guest

    too cute!
     
  11. PAReams

    PAReams

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    Apr 4, 2007
    San Diego, CA
    Adorable!
     
  12. LindaZ

    LindaZ

    Jul 29, 2007
    Wilmington, NC
    awwwww.... great capture
     
  13. I like both of those, Gretchen. They both made me smile, too!
     
  14. Cute boy, nice smile and wonderful image to showcase them both. Way to go Gretchen.
     
  15. Real smiles and "gas attacks" sometimes present the same!:biggrin:
     
  16. JessP7

    JessP7

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    May 3, 2005
    North MS, USA
    Those smiles just melt your heart, don't they? He's adorable. I keep thinking about those poor puppies in a few more months...look out ears and tails! Our 8 month old got a hold of a little poodle yesterday, and she would not come near him again...lol!
     
  17. It's priceless. So lovely!
     
  18. The smile on the first is priceless, but the "fluff" in the picture also is adorable!
     
  19. Thanks Nute, Paul and Linda! :smile: He's not quite as "smiley" as Emilie was at this age, to this is a real treasure to me. :smile:
     
  20. Heheheh, thanks David!!! :biggrin:

    Thank you Gordon! I chose B&W conversion to try to downplay that silly warning sticker in the car seat. It would have been WAY too obvious a clone job (not having enough other material to work from), so I thought this the best way to handle it. :smile:

    Yes, true! However, these are now real (he's 3mos old).....his whole face lights up, and they're "repeatable" and able to be elicited...........just never when I have a camera in hand. :rolleyes:  :tongue:
     
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