A (very) rare moment of stillness.
I am too busy to get out much for photography. So I hope you won't mind more than the usual amount of baby photos....
Keep'em coming! Five of my neighbors had babies in the past year so I'm very familiar ; ] best…jf
3 Oct 2011 5:41am
Nice one!! Sooo cute!
3 Oct 2011 6:22am
Ah, yes, now is a good time for making plans !
3 Oct 2011 6:55am
Thinking? I think she's planning something :-)
You probably need a faster prime for those less still moments.
3 Oct 2011 8:52am
@Ian Smith: You are absolutely right -- on both items. Any favorite lens one father can recommend to another?
LOL.....just imagining what she can get into next!! A wonderful and tender capture GJC! One you will treasure once she has grown! ;-)
3 Oct 2011 11:18am
I like the soft light on her ... and the little ruffles on her dress!
3 Oct 2011 11:26am
I don't mind ! いろんな表情の菊ちゃんを見せてください。
3 Oct 2011 11:27am
Baby shots are always welcome! It reminds me of when my son was a baby. :-) Enjoy!!!
3 Oct 2011 12:28pm
I wonder what she is conjuring up ? This is preciaous GJC! ;-)
3 Oct 2011 3:02pm
Your pictures of your daughter are so nice and tender that it's difficult to get tired of !
4 Oct 2011 5:12am
We all need to take time to do that. What a sweetheart!
4 Oct 2011 10:29pm
She's getting cuter and cuter!
6 Oct 2011 1:15pm
RE: Sorry GJC, missed you're response... I've been looking in to this myself for far too long now. I only like to buy the best I can afford, but I'm stuck between getting a longer 'portrait' lens and a wider 'interior' lens. I've a Canon 60D, and I 'really' want the 85mm 1.8 (or even the 135mm L), as it is far superior to any 50mm I can afford (though 'if' you can get a good copy of the Sigma 1.4 is an option) - but when I tried spending some time using just 85mm on my zoom it was very tight for indoor work. So I think I'll get the nifty-fifty (for the head shots) and something decent (from an autofocus & speed POV) at around 24mm - 35mm (like how my eyes see things).
So far my Fujifilm F30 has been doing a grand job :-)
7 Oct 2011 1:21pm
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