© Angie Hill


Uploaded: May 05, 2002


My son loves to wear his daddy's glasses. Canon EOS D30


Betsy Drew May 05, 2002

So Cute! Is this sepia toned? How did you do it? What film did you use? Did you use flash? #5375

Angie Hill May 05, 2002


Thanks so much! This is sepia toned in PhotoShop. D30 is a digital so no film was used. The ISO is 200 and I did use flash bounced off the ceiling. You asked what kind of background I use in another photo that I took. It was just regular black polyester. It tends not to wrinkle as much. I hope this helps. Photos of my son and my nephew tend to be my favorite to take. I love capturing a certain expression or moment. Thanks for the kind words, you made my day! #7680

Debbie Groff May 06, 2002

Aw geez...I wish I had taken such a wonderfully delightful picture!

I have two grandchildren I have suffering with my photography learning and as of yet haven't caputured anything as sweet as this.

What an inspiration tho! #7685

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