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Thread: My one and only

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    Senior Member mn shutterbug's Avatar
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    My one and only

    Here a couple shots of my one and only grandson. He just had his 1st birthday party on Sunday. His parents maybe wouldn't be too happy if they knew these are the three I decided to post. IMO, posed shots are a dime a dozen but these can be shown to his future wife someday for a few good laughs.
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    Mike
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    Re: My one and only

    lol Mike! He is adorable and I agree with you completely! Natural shots are the best. When people want me to shoot their kids, I always ask if we can take them to a park or something instead of home studio (unless they want the home studio) due to the fact that the pics are so much better when they are not posed!
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    Re: My one and only

    Love these Mike!! I always had a ball taking pictures of my kids growing up, but it seems it's even more fun with the grandkids. Hope to see a lot more in the future.
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