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    My daughter in a moody moment

    She no longer looks at the camera or smiles when i'm taking a picture. Getting some great shots of her.

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    Re: My daughter in a moody moment

    Yep, I'm never quite sure exactly when that transition from 'young child who laughs and plays' in front of the camera, to 'contemplative, serious, deep-thinking, unsmiling young person, takes place!

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    Re: My daughter in a moody moment

    Very nice image. There's something about the background that is just revealing enough to indicate the informality of the situation while not revealing so much that it's distracting.

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    Re: My daughter in a moody moment

    Adam, I really like your photo. Having three daughters I can tell you what she's thinking but I'll let you discover it on your own.

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    Re: My daughter in a moody moment

    Shes thinking, " I WONDER IF I CAN CHARGE MY OLD MAN MODELLING FEES?"

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    Re: My daughter in a moody moment

    Girls have transition ages --7 year olds are all the sudden social creatures --wanting to be with a best girl friend and not a parent. 13-16 year olds cannot be trusted, period. After that, well, you may have a cordial roommate or not.

    As a mother of a son, I've thoroughly enjoyed watching my friends with their daughters. I am so thankful I did not have to go thru all that. It was hard enough going thru it as a daughter!!

    That said, I love this picture. I might try to do what I could to clone out the lady walking in the background, darken her or just replace the background. I like that you presented this in B&W also! As an adult, I hate my little girl pictures in color. (no make-up--uneven skin tones --vanity, though art Woman!). She'll probably appreciate when she is my age.

    Thanks for sharing!

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    Re: My daughter in a moody moment

    Quote Originally Posted by ggt View Post
    Girls have transition ages --7 year olds are all the sudden social creatures --wanting to be with a best girl friend and not a parent. 13-16 year olds cannot be trusted, period. After that, well, you may have a cordial roommate or not.
    Ain't that the truth!

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    Re: My daughter in a moody moment

    Quote Originally Posted by ggt View Post
    I might try to do what I could to clone out the lady walking in the background, darken her or just replace the background.
    Thank god for Photoshop, luckily i took 3 shots only one had the woman in it, ain't that always the way.

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    Re: My daughter in a moody moment

    Oh, yes, much better with out the headless lady.

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    Re: My daughter in a moody moment

    She's not always moody, this was taken the next day

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    Re: My daughter in a moody moment

    Beautiful images of a beautiful daughter Adam.

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    Re: My daughter in a moody moment

    Hi Adam,
    You are lucky she does agree to have taken her photo of herself at all, my 20 year old Granddaughter, although she looks like a model, absolute refusing that I took photo's of her, as soon she see me with my camera, she looks away, big sigh......

    Griddi.......

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    Re: My daughter in a moody moment

    Quote Originally Posted by just me View Post
    as soon she see me with my camera, she looks away, big sigh
    Yep same here, i've got to be a bit sneaky these days

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