Posing Sarah

© Richard P. Lussier

Posing Sarah

Uploaded: January 20, 2008

Description

My daughter Sarah is becoming quite the portrait model for me. I used the bench arm to frame her (in my opinion) very cute smile. This was at the Baker Aroboreteum again.

Exif: F Number: 5.6, Exposure Bias Value: 0.00, ExposureTime: 1/100 seconds, Flash: did not fire., ISO: 160, White balance: Manual white balance, FocalLength: 105.00 mm, Model: NIKON D200

Comments

Gail Vitikacs level-classic January 21, 2008

She is a delight...Love how you framed this! #835856

Richard P. Lussier January 23, 2008

Thanks Gail, this was so much fun! #5383676

Cassie L. Woodlee January 27, 2008

She is so beautiful Richard, wonderful portrait my friend!!! #5403507

Richard P. Lussier January 29, 2008

Thank you Cassie, I will always take compliments about my daughter! :) #5413826

Darryl Wilkinson February 04, 2008

She is beautiful, Richard! Great use of the chair to compose your shot!!

Peace :) #5443303

Richard P. Lussier February 05, 2008

Thank you Darryl, it's really good to hear from you! :) #5448047

Linda M. Mishler February 05, 2008

Very sweet portrait of your beautiful daughter!!I absolutely love the way you framed her,it looks so relaxed and very natural.Excellent lighting as well...=) #5448135

Richard P. Lussier February 06, 2008

Thank you so much Linda! The best part about you leaving your comment is that I got a chance to visit your gallery, very nice! #5453588

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