Little Merida

© Jake Stanton

Little Merida

Uploaded: April 02, 2016 22:27:48 | Entered: April 04, 2016 07:20:30


Part of my Little Princesses series. This is my daughter Benji who has blonde hair and grey eyes. I heavily edited this photo to make her look like Merida from Brave. This is my all time favorite picture I have ever done. I was proud that I was able to pull off the red hair, freckles and green eyes and make them look natural.


Jane E. Miller level-classic April 04, 2016

Really love me!! I wouldn't change one thing about this image. Perfection!! #1654009

Anita Slusser April 05, 2016

Gorgeous. #11457351

Jake Stanton April 05, 2016

Thank you Anita and Jane! I wish I could show you the 'Before' Picture of this. I am very proud of this picture and im happy others lie it as well :) Cheers! #11457640

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