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    Hints and Tips on Photographing a 4 month old please!!

    Hi guys,

    I have offered to practice my photography on my friend's gorgeous 4 month old son....

    Has anyone got any hints and tips to get some great photos...

    Thanks!!

    Annie
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    Go and take heaps of photos the only to learn try using window light and have fun and enjoy.

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    Thanks guys!! I took a few with my 90mm - no time to change lenses!! A few OK ones (that mum was happy with) - but it was just for fun!!

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