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Second Son: Best of 2005 and Best Thing Since 1992
Second Son: Best of 2005 and Best Thing Since 1992
Art Roflmao


Photograph Information Photographer's Comments
Challenge: Best of 2005 (Advanced Editing IV*)
Camera: Canon EOS-300D Rebel
Lens: Canon EF 50mm f/1.8 II
Location: Edmonds, WA
Date: Jan 9, 2006
Aperture: 3.2
ISO: 200
Shutter: 1/80
Galleries: Emotive, Black and White
Date Uploaded: Jan 9, 2006

Shot through the side of the plexiglass warming crib within minutes after his birth.

Statistics
Place: 549 out of 833
Avg (all users): 5.3028
Avg (commenters): 6.7500
Avg (participants): 5.2781
Avg (non-participants): 5.4125
Views since voting: 810
Views during voting: 557
Votes: 436
Comments: 13
Favorites: 0


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01/26/2006 01:59:11 PM
This looks like it could be great, but I can't really see anything as the shot is so small. Resizing to 640 would have helped with this, or recropping a little to make this happen.
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01/26/2006 07:54:22 AM
So peaceful, and so beautiful...
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01/24/2006 04:45:18 PM
Sweet picture and a sweet sentiment. Makes me wish I knew what I was doing with a camera when my kids were this little. Keep on clicking...He's a beautiful boy!
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01/22/2006 12:33:14 PM
He is very handsome.
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01/21/2006 04:20:59 PM
Always a danger with entering our favorite personal photos in a challenge of this sort. It's a nice shot, and very tender, but lacks a little contrast and compositional strength. The baby crowds the frame just a little too much.
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01/21/2006 03:49:19 PM
I have a very similar situation on my hands. Check out my profile to find out why. Aah, the joy of life!
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01/21/2006 12:24:06 AM
Sensitive portrait, love his curled hand, finishes off the image.
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01/20/2006 05:48:32 PM
congratulations, he's a beauty, I remember the birth of my 3 kids like it happend yesterday.. my oldest is 14 years old :)

this is a great picture for the personal album, and I never vote lower than 5 on babypictures, just so I don't hurt anybodys feelings, I got hammered with "disgusting" "ugly" and other really bad words when I posted a picture of my son, so I don't do the same to others :)

but there is no need to here, this is a beautiful boy, he looks really relaxed and safe, I remember seeing this picture a few days ago in the forums, I looked through your portfolio and there are some great pictures there.

I read a famous saying once," babies only look good to the parents, so babypictures does to"

emotional pictures like this actually are only emotional to the owner and just pictures to others.

and us few that have been precent to the birth of our babies this is an emotional picture and really beautiful, hope you do well in this challenge, to get a low rating of your proudest moment can really hurt ones feelings.

there are some images in your portfolio that would have done really well in this challenge :)

cheers dansig :)
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01/20/2006 04:53:01 PM
Congrats on your little man. Nothing like two boys!
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01/20/2006 11:02:11 AM
Very nice. I can see the downy hairs of a newborn on his forehead. I'm a bit bothered by the cropping at the left of the frame. I realize the idea was to really close in on his face but his chest cropped at this point creates an odd shape that disturbs me.
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01/18/2006 10:23:27 PM
10 from me....
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01/18/2006 08:29:05 PM
Very nice use of DoF, and congratulations :)
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01/18/2006 01:11:33 PM
Congratulations :)
You might have used curves or levels to darken the grey areas and make full use of the tonal range. 6.
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