This little boy was at a family picnic I attended last week. When photographing children, putting them on a chair can help to keep them in one place for a few minutes. Long enough to get a portrait…sometimes. 🙂
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A lovely portrait of a wonderful little boy,- with very very blue eyes. I´m noticing that you have captured the skin tones very well. The chair-trick is a good idea, perhaps in combination with the big black mysterious box you were hiding behind.
That’s really nice! His eyes just sparkle!
Thanks, Terry! Welcome back..I’ll be over to catch up with you shortly.
Incredible blue eyes. what a cutie!
He has such beautiful blue eyes, this is a lovely outdoor portrait.
I think I overdid the eyes here. I used Aperture 3’s new saturation brush for the first time. I learned last night while taking the FREE CreativeLIVE webinar on Apeture 3 presented by Scott Bourne how to adjust the brush adjustment.
I’ve posted the new photo of the lad on flickr (click here to see it).
Beautiful shot Scott, looks like you really captured his personality.