My son with one of my cameras... cute

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You better start saving for a EOS 1D Mark IV!! It proves that it's never to early to start 'em up.:smile:
 

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Yeah, he's young yet.... Later when he learns about Leica, I'll steer him to the M9...
No thanks needed...Lol

Your Treating ? :cloud-9-039:
I'll give him the M5 in that case :2thumbs:

I'll spring for the 35/2.8 Biogon, so he has a lens :biggrin:

Thank You-Thank You-Thank You-Thank You-:hail::hail::hail:
 

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good subject... the images would be much better in black & white and a shallow depth of field to isolate the subject. Ultimately, you'd want to eliminate the flash and go with nice soft light, coming through a window, for example. But I realize you didn't have that option here.

In the final shot, I would probably crop in a little tighter on the 'face' and try to implement the rule of thirds (but that's my personal preference in most cases).

I also think shots like that are best when you can get a little of the person's expression included, or eye contact. That's why I strongly prefer your first shot. Great expression!
 

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Leicas, Canons and lenses oh my!....my first camera was a brownie bullet ( still have it )...cute kid though....
 

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good subject... the images would be much better in black & white and a shallow depth of field to isolate the subject. Ultimately, you'd want to eliminate the flash and go with nice soft light, coming through a window, for example. But I realize you didn't have that option here.

In the final shot, I would probably crop in a little tighter on the 'face' and try to implement the rule of thirds (but that's my personal preference in most cases).

I also think shots like that are best when you can get a little of the person's expression included, or eye contact. That's why I strongly prefer your first shot. Great expression!

Thanks for the suggestions, I'll try BW, options..
Peter
 

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Leicas, Canons and lenses oh my!....my first camera was a brownie bullet ( still have it )...cute kid though....

Mine was a Voigtlander Prominent with a 50mm f/1.5 Nokton...I was 15. Wish I had it today :doh:
 

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