The little ballerina

This is a discussion on The little ballerina within the People Photography forums, part of the PHOTO GALLERIES category; Here's my daughter modeling her ballerina outfit. We actually had music going on one of her toys and she was dancing. lol...


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    Here's my daughter modeling her ballerina outfit. We actually had music going on one of her toys and she was dancing. lol





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    Just a few more to share.





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    What a cutie, so many expressions! Excellent shots.
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    Thanks. I think she's a keeper.
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    Very nice! She definately is a doll! Such an expressive face!

    Can you share your setup on these please?
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    I just have a backdrop set up and it was done in the daylight in my studio room (which is just an extra living room that gets a lot of natural light). I don't have any extra lights or even an external flash yet.
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    Personally for me, I love your style with the natural lighting, and I think alot also has to do with your post processing technique as well. I really like it.
    Geri
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    Wow, these are precious. I love the second shot the best. Beautiful little girl!
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    I agree, Sai - #2 is dynamite!


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