Look Into My Eyes

Uploaded: October 06, 2004 22:49:22


Photo of a co-worker's son. Taken during a photo shoot. Late afternoon light with fill flash. Turned black and white in PS.


Karen Lewis-Gunn October 07, 2004

Really great portrait, Aaron! Like the angle you have used. Looks great in B/W too! #176228

October 07, 2004

Wooooooooooowwweeeeeeeeee, your coworker's son is a doll baby ^__^
I love how you get the sexy but yet serious and thoughtful look on him. Great shot in the black and white!!! #828103

Christine S. Sines October 07, 2004

Great shot! I could stare into his eyes forever. Have to agree with Tonya 100 percent. #828172

Aaron Wilbert October 08, 2004

Thank you all for your comments. I was happy with the way it turned out. And when I made it black and white, it became one of my favorites of the shoot. Everyone is happy with it. Thanks again! #829207

Jeff Robinson level-deluxe November 16, 2004

Congrats Aaron! #917253

Aaron Wilbert November 16, 2004

Thanks Jeff. I am happy and excited about this.

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