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Fall Outdoor With My Favorite Model

Bryce WilsonBryce Wilson Registered Users Posts: 1,586 Major grins
edited November 21, 2015 in People
Just got back from a six week stay in Japan. Was a nice day here and got a chance to do a few snaps with my favorite "model". Think I still prefer the "all boys are yucky" age.

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    HackboneHackbone Registered Users Posts: 4,027 Major grins
    edited October 25, 2015
    Sweet!
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    Bryce WilsonBryce Wilson Registered Users Posts: 1,586 Major grins
    edited October 25, 2015
    Hackbone wrote: »
    Sweet!

    Well, she used to be...

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    Now my baby is almost all grown up.

    Thanks Charles!

    How's the "parts" replacement project going?
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    divamumdivamum Registered Users Posts: 9,021 Major grins
    edited October 26, 2015
    Gorgeous, Bryce. I've been doing senior portraits for mine this week. When did THAT happen?????!!!

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    MitchellMitchell Registered Users Posts: 3,503 Major grins
    edited October 26, 2015
    Oh my!! When did that happen? She is beautiful. I really like the first two. Nicely done.
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    Bryce WilsonBryce Wilson Registered Users Posts: 1,586 Major grins
    edited October 26, 2015
    divamum wrote: »
    Gorgeous, Bryce. I've been doing senior portraits for mine this week. When did THAT happen?????!!!

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    Mitchell wrote: »
    Oh my!! When did that happen? She is beautiful. I really like the first two. Nicely done.

    Thanks...

    Wish I could put an exact time on "When that happened". Seems like I woke up one day and my little girl turned into a woman. I have been watching both (Mitchell and Diva) of your children grow and develop here over the years, so I would guess the same thing is/has happened with you.

    Diva make sure and share your senior shots. I'd love to see them.

    If interested here is a link to most I've done. Still have the studio head shot session to do.

    https://www.flickr.com/gp/60399337@N06/8124CJ
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    divamumdivamum Registered Users Posts: 9,021 Major grins
    edited October 28, 2015
    Beautiful galleries of a lovely, lovely girl.

    Well since you asked .... about to post some of ourse. Still have two sets to do, but I managed to get the last-of-the-pretty-light-and-leaves by pushing hard last week (she still doesn't really enjoy photo sessions - I have a VERY limited window of tolerance, even when she asks me to do them!). Feels totally "full circle" to me, as when I first discovered dgrin it was Jeffreaux and all his seniors, including his two girls, and I used to sit here trying to figure out what the heck he was doing to produce the AMAZING photos!
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    Reflections By BrianReflections By Brian Registered Users Posts: 57 Big grins
    edited October 30, 2015
    Very nice!
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    BilsenBilsen Registered Users Posts: 2,143 Major grins
    edited October 30, 2015
    Geez, she grew up gorgeous. Beautiful images.
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    Bryce WilsonBryce Wilson Registered Users Posts: 1,586 Major grins
    edited November 5, 2015
    Very nice!
    Thanks Brian!
    Bilsen wrote: »
    Geez, she grew up gorgeous. Beautiful images.

    Thank you, yes she did. Bit of a double edged sword for a father though.:D
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    HackboneHackbone Registered Users Posts: 4,027 Major grins
    edited November 5, 2015
    Love the rest of the shots. You can tell she is a photographers daughter as she is working the S curve. It's amazing how a photographers family members pick up on all the posing tidbits they hear over the years. Great job on your part and she is a doll. My daughter is about to be engaged as the gentleman ask for permission and I'm wondering WOW, where did time go.
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    kdotaylorkdotaylor Registered Users Posts: 1,280 Major grins
    edited November 5, 2015
    She's gorgeous! I really like the first one. The others are nice, too, but the sun directly shining on her face detracts just a bit.
    Kate
    www.katetaylor.smugmug.com
    "You cannot depend on your eyes when your imagination is out of focus." Mark Twain
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    jmphotocraftjmphotocraft Registered Users Posts: 2,987 Major grins
    edited November 5, 2015
    Wonderful. I really like that dance picture though. I have shot about a half dozen of my daughter's recitals and have never gotten a shot quite like that. At least, not of my own daughter anyway.

    Bravo. Looks like you've done your job, Dad.
    -Jack

    An "accurate" reproduction of a scene and a good photograph are often two different things.
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    TinstaflTinstafl Registered Users Posts: 355 Major grins
    edited November 8, 2015
    Great shots and time does fly by faster and faster. I now have seven grands.
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    Bryce WilsonBryce Wilson Registered Users Posts: 1,586 Major grins
    edited November 17, 2015
    Wonderful. I really like that dance picture though. I have shot about a half dozen of my daughter's recitals and have never gotten a shot quite like that.

    Thanks JM. If memory serves, I was in the front row with a 50mm 1.4 for that shot. Who say's you need a fancy zoom?mwink.gif
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    Bryce WilsonBryce Wilson Registered Users Posts: 1,586 Major grins
    edited November 17, 2015
    Hackbone wrote: »
    Love the rest of the shots. You can tell she is a photographers daughter as she is working the S curve. It's amazing how a photographers family members pick up on all the posing tidbits they hear over the years. Great job on your part and she is a doll. My daughter is about to be engaged as the gentleman ask for permission and I'm wondering WOW, where did time go.

    Thanks Charles.

    Well, did he get permission?
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    ziggy53ziggy53 Super Moderators Posts: 23,945 moderator
    edited November 21, 2015
    Thanks JM. If memory serves, I was in the front row with a 50mm 1.4 for that shot. Who say's you need a fancy zoom?mwink.gif

    ^ Looks likely.

    Make - NIKON CORPORATION
    Model - NIKON D700
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    FNumber - 2
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    MaxApertureValue - F 1.41
    MeteringMode - Spot
    LightSource - Tungsten
    Flash - Not fired
    FocalLength - 50.00 mm
    CustomRendered - Normal process
    ExposureMode - Manual
    White Balance - Manual
    DigitalZoomRatio - 1 x
    FocalLengthIn35mmFilm - 50 mm
    SceneCaptureType - Standard
    GainControl - High gain up
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    Sharpness - Normal
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    ziggy53ziggy53 Super Moderators Posts: 23,945 moderator
    edited November 21, 2015
    Back to the images of this thread:

    Very nice and the head shot is exemplary. thumb.gifthumb

    Regarding daughters; both of my SILs asked my permission beforehand, and I am very proud to call both of them my sons. (... Not to mention proud of my daughters and their choices in men.)
    ziggy53
    Moderator of the Cameras and Accessories forums
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