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Milk and Cookies

Post by Lucille on Mon Nov 07, 2016 11:37 am

Theme #2 - Milk and Cookies


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Post by Michelle Hebert on Mon Nov 07, 2016 11:44 am

Wow , makes me want to be a kid again ...look at the bear looking over the cookies Smile like he's saying are they mine , and that kid , so so cute Smile
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Post by Nathalie on Mon Nov 07, 2016 11:56 am

wow wow and again wow!! such a nice scene!! everything blends in perfectly! i might fly down there with Kathou for a xmas photo shoot lol Smile

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Post by Lucille on Mon Nov 07, 2016 4:28 pm

Thank you ladies!

I wasn't entirely happy with it this morning.  Kind of thought the scene should be softened.  
This is Annie (Annika), my grand daughter.  The shadows underneath her eyes really pop out which aren't that bad normally.  A reflector takes care of that problem but I didn't use one and should have. I removed them in photoshop and blended her tones.   Much happier with this version.

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Post by Lucille on Mon Nov 07, 2016 4:35 pm

This is a fairly easy set up. Empty out a bedroom, buy a background. It's 5' X 7' wide. Find all that Xmas stuff you have in boxes. I'm lucky to have some very old wood crates. I bought the lantern at Michaels on Friday, added a glow in photoshop. She is sitting on a small stool, that's a kitchen towel I bought from the dollar store. If you have natural light, your lucky. I don't, so I had to use my studio lights. I laid out a blanket but I could have used the carpet underneath. A wood floor would be nice, but not this year. The hat string you can also find at Michaels. That's it that's all !
But Nathalie, if you want to come out, you are more than welcomed.
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Post by Michelle Hebert on Mon Nov 07, 2016 7:07 pm

Didn't even the shadow under her eyes this morning , but now that you mention it , yes much better ... much be so much fun to get all the set up ready ... and a STUDIO ... lolll
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Post by Nathalie on Mon Nov 07, 2016 8:20 pm

Are those backdrops you use or panels? There are some beautifull backdrops on Amazone for so cheap compared to photography furniture stores.. here anyway. I soooooo wish I had a spare room... but my appartement is SO TINY! It is just impossible to set up anything close to this... well anything at all as a matter of fact LOL. Im trying to convince mom to get rid of all her living room furniture to create a studio out of her living room..... no luck so far lol!

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Post by Michelle Hebert on Tue Nov 08, 2016 7:10 am

Was thinking about it this morning ... nah now way lolll
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Post by Lucille on Tue Nov 08, 2016 2:05 pm

BAH! She can sleep on the couch. Use the bedroom.

My backdrop is muslin (cotton material) but really good stuff.
I wanted to order vinyl but I was too late for it to come in on time.
It's way cheaper on line.
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Post by Nathalie on Thu Nov 10, 2016 9:36 am

Yeah ive been watching backdrops (backgrounds) on Amazon.ca wow they have nice prices!! some backdrops 5X7 are in the 20-30$ range. Even the stand is way cheaper then in stores!

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