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The Victoria Photography Meetup Group Message Board › How to shoot newborns and their families with limited devices

How to shoot newborns and their families with limited devices

Victoria, BC
Post #: 103
the only other thing I would suggest (more for post production), is convert the photos to black and white, especially with anything where you want to see the emotion of the baby.

As the "famous" Ted Grant said
When you photograph a man in color, you photograph his clothes. When you photograph a man in B&W, you photograph his soul. - Ted Grant

Jianping R.
Victoria, BC
Post #: 10
I'd like to agree with Ted Grant, but he only mentioned men :)
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