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Discussion in 'Street, Documentary, and Portrait' started by Amin Sabet, Jan 9, 2010.
My two boys, age 5 and 6:
GH1, Nokton 50/1.5, f/2.8
You forgot to show the photo after where they were knocking each other over.
Very sweet capture of that moment. Having photos of them together will be something they'll really appreciate when they're older no doubt.
Thanks BBW and Voyager!
One of my projects is to maintain an online gallery of pretty much every photograph I take which has both of my sons in it. Most are snapshots which would have little to no appeal to anyone besides my wife and I, but I think it will be special to the boys when they get older, and I love looking through it from time to time.
BBW, that's a very good point - I have a photo I cherish of myself with my older brother... this is what I meant in the other thread about leaving a legacy.
Brian, I just finished reading Streetshooter's thread and can definitely relate to something from everyone's posts and your leaving a legacy was definitely one of them. Is there anyone on this forum who doesn't enjoy looking at photographs of people...but I digress here from this thread's subject. I'll just add that photographs of people can seem almost timeless, yet pack so much history and emotion as well.
Back to kids having fun!
I like the expresion of your childs, well captured¡¡¡. I am a "very heavy father", I shoot my girls as always I can. Now they are growing older, and is more dificult, they need to very nice, well dressed, painted......To let me photograph her.
One from today, Pana Leica 45 at f/2.8:
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Real nice Amin......
too bad they always look so serious.....
Thanks hodad .
They are both having such a good time together and apparently still very at ease with your photographing them! They're both awfully cute and I do like those binoculars, too. Great color!
touching ...and well executed , capturing the moment is what its about
My first child I took thousands of shots, then the next one came and took hundreds, and when my last arrived, he's lucky to get a photo on his birthday!
My point: shoot, shoot, shoot.
Great shots Amin, I can feel the love in your words and photots.
Excellent shots Amin!
Very nice, I like them both
Pete, as the youngest of 5... I can relate to your point
BB, pete, Cosina, Sabesh, vietcam, thanks everyone!
I was sitting on one end of a see-saw and the two boys on the other end when I made this photo. Somehow that always works for getting their attention :smile:.