Little Rascals

© Aimee C. Eisaman

Little Rascals

Uploaded: November 16, 2012

Description

Exif: F Number: 2.8, Exposure Bias Value: 0.00, ExposureTime: 1/250 seconds, Flash: did not fire., ISO: 400, White balance: Auto white balance, FocalLength: 105.00 mm, Model: NIKON D700

Comments

Anthony L. Mancuso November 17, 2012

Love this one Aimee, it was my fav of all the ones from this session you posted on FB. It has a Little Rascals feel to it to me. I think it looks good as presented but I think it would be cool if you mute the colors even more to give it an old fashioned look. #1498921

Aimee C. Eisaman November 17, 2012

It was my favorite too Tony...mainly because it was not planned. I was just trying to get pictures of Silas...not the dog and I asked him to take his hat off and put it back on. When he did the dog came and just sat down there and he messed up putting the hat back on. I got this right before the dog left and he fixed the hat. I'll try a vintage version soon. :~) Thanks! #10423149

Elaine Hessler November 17, 2012

How adorable! It does sort of have an old fashioned look. Your subjects look so serious! #10423204

Teresa H. Hunt November 17, 2012

Very cute picture Aimee, I love it. :) I think it's kinda funny both the little boy and dog look so serious #10423336

Beth Spencer November 17, 2012

They are both so cute in this picture!! I like the old fashion feel to it and would love to see a vintage version. #10423415

lisa anderson November 17, 2012

I'm trying to be very very frugal with making photos a favourite on betterphoto.com, because I'm on jpeg.com and I have a ridiculous number of favourites, (a few thousand)... but this one I/m making a favourite. I love it :) #10423451

Jeff E Jensen November 17, 2012

Excellent work, Aimee! #10423488

Kristin Duff November 17, 2012

TOO CUTE...what kind of dog was that Aimee? #10423494

Michael Kelly level-deluxe November 18, 2012

No one else mentioned it so I guess I am just strange, but what I like best about this shot is the slight lean of the two main subjects away from each other. To me this really creates an interest in the shot that would not be there otherwise. Of course the rest of the technical aspects need to be very good in order to see and enjoy this subtle aspect of the photo. Great job on this one Aimee. #10424421

Jeff E Jensen November 18, 2012

Excellent point, Mike! #10424538

Peter W. Marks November 19, 2012

I think Mike is right. What that slight leaning to one side by the dog tells me is that he is thinking-
"Oh come on kid, stop messing around; Aimee is trying to make this a winner!

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Aimee C. Eisaman November 19, 2012

Thank you very much Phellos...and I'm honored Lisa! :~) I have no clue what kind of dog it is...maybe palmaranian? Between him and the cats going in and out of the shots and another dog in the background I sure had my hands full...lol! Very cool observation Mike! Here is the vintage style version you asked for...not sure if I took it far enough. Let me know what you think! #10425483

Brandi K. Mills November 19, 2012

Two things I love kids and dogs! So cute! I think Little Rascals feel is right on. And I do like the vintage look. #10425751

Merna L. Nobile December 31, 2012

January is a month of reflection for me, I remember how privileged I was to observe all the outstanding work and beautiful photographs of the past year. For the last time this year, I would be honored to congratulate you for your spectacular work and willingness to share with all of us, Happy New Year, Merna Nobile
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