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some things never change...

Discussion in 'People' started by cwilt, Jul 28, 2008.

  1. cwilt

    cwilt

    Apr 24, 2005
    Denver, CO
    like the fun of playing in a cardboard box.... or my favorite combo of D2x with 50/1.4 and black and whites.

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  2. That is a terrific image. His eyes are incredible.
     
  3. FotoPhocus

    FotoPhocus

    311
    Jun 15, 2008
    Awesome shot. Ever think of doing the selective coloring thing on this? I'd love to see everything B&W, but with his irises colored.
     
  4. awesome image, charles
    i miss those days of my youth.... and all those cardboard boxes
    thanks for bringing back those memories for us
     
  5. LindaZ

    LindaZ

    Jul 29, 2007
    Wilmington, NC
    Oh, that is a wonderful portrait Charles. Focus is just where it should be, on his expressive eyes.
     
  6. and wow, look at that father/son resemblance (from your avatar).
     
  7. cwilt

    cwilt

    Apr 24, 2005
    Denver, CO
    Thanks Anthony. Its all about light placement.

    I have done that in the past, but its been done so much that I really hesitate to do so.

    Appliance boxes were the best.:wink:

    Logan is a hard target and this I consider a rare shot of him.

    mini-me :wink:
     
  8. Great shot. I remember when my kids were young they'd sometimes enjoy the box a toy came in more than the toy itself. And you're right, appliance boxes are the best!
     
  9. We are just now moving into a new house, and my girls have LOVED the milions of boxes laying around. Sometimes I lose track of where they are until they pop out of the top, LOL! Lovely capture of Logan.
     
  10. Looks like a young version of your Avatar!!! Nice shot, such great eyes; the B&W treatment really works here!
     
  11. cwilt

    cwilt

    Apr 24, 2005
    Denver, CO
    My kids are still that way. Refrigerator boxes made great forts.:biggrin:

    Amanda and Logan do the same thing at work when we have big shipments come in. They are always sad to see the boxes go.

    Thank you.
     
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