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and a good lens :), my daughter today:

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Ooooh, sweet baby smiles....just can't be anything better in the world! You are a lucky Dad, Anand! She's a living doll. (the last is my favorite, btw).
 
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Leigh said:
She's a living doll
Thanks Leigh. Yeah she is, but for the times she is breaking my things :). I have lost a pair of eyeglasses and a cell phone. Currently her attention is on my camera gear :(.
 
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[/quote]Currently her attention is on my camera gear :(.[/quote]

Been down that road. Several years ago my kids put their little fingers through the shutter of my F3. :cry:

By the way I love the last shot.

Brian
 
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Thanks all again, this is the new version of the last shot with a minor gamma boost.

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I think it is time I revisit RR's ebook and get the hang of gamma ramps :)
 
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nice shots, but why not shoot your portyraits in portrait orientation wouldn;t that be better framing?
I know sometimes you gotta grab the camera how you can to get the moment, and it is not a problem with your images, just wondering
 

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