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Zach is getting harder to keep up with.............
Pushing down the trail by Mike Nash, on Flickr
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The best kid photo's are the candid ones. Great theme.
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Lovely photo Mike!! And I agree completely. All my favourite photos of my kids are candids.

"Ice Cream Smile"

In strong backlight, exposed for shadows, then lots of playing in LR. ;)
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Originally posted by WestCoastCannuck WestCoastCannuck wrote:

Lovely photo Mike!! And I agree completely. All my favourite photos of my kids are candids.


Thanks. And you've got a bunch of great ones! I enjoyed looking through them.

I've got 5 granddaughters and lots to share.
Late night TV.

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We can all get along and make music together!

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@Westcoast

I love this shot. I find a well executed shot from behind is just as meaningful as ones showing the face.

Sigh...they grow way too fast from this point on.
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Originally posted by fem2008 fem2008 wrote:

@Westcoast

I love this shot. I find a well executed shot from behind is just as meaningful as ones showing the face.

Sigh...they grow way too fast from this point on.


Hi FM.... you are referring to my shot of Zach on his push bike? If so, thanks much! I also love it and plan to print.

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Flinging it!

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Some lovely shots of your grandchildren Mike!, you must be a proud grandfather!

It was a busy shooting weekend, with yesterday our traditional judo training at the beach at the end of the season before the summer stop.
Always good fun, and plenty opportunities to shoot.
After the training it is good practice to have some fun in the water as well.

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Originally posted by Fred_S Fred_S wrote:

Some lovely shots of your grandchildren Mike!, you must be a proud grandfather!


Thank you Fred. They present never-ending photo ops.

Being a photographer who works photo's in post like you, I can tell the the shadows have been pulled up in this particular photo. But I doubt any non-photographer would notice. Its a nice capture with plenty of expression shown.

Great candid shot.
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Originally posted by lomitamike lomitamike wrote:


Being a photographer who works photo's in post like you, I can tell the the shadows have been pulled up in this particular photo. But I doubt any non-photographer would notice. Its a nice capture with plenty of expression shown.

Great candid shot.

Thanks Mike! (and the A99 for its dynamic range )
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