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    Sweet mother of God... You people that take pictures of children for a living have my undying admiration and respect. These were my children and i thought my head was going to explode. Three rolls of delta 3200 and one of tri-x and i will be stunned if I got anything worth using. The upside is that the DIY studio is awesome and my test run with the new lights went well. So...live and learn. Then put the kids to bed and hide out in the darkroom drinking Malbec, eating twizzlers, and developing film.


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    Having tried to photograph my active 3 year old recently, I wonder if giving them the Malbec first is the way to go.

    Just kidding! But….

    I do think kids act better for cameras when it isn't mom or dad doing the shooting.

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    Ruby, don't wait till almost bedtime to photograph them. They are more apt to be tired and uncooperative. Get them in to be photographed morning or mid day.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rubyfalls View Post
    ..... These were my children and i thought my head was going to explode. Tapatalk
    I have become the undisputed master of the "blurry ear" image!
    Kick his ass, Sea Bass!

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    In a world without Tri-X...

    Much sound advice on photographing children. Mine are 2, 5, and 14 and I really only subject them to planned group shots once a year. The oldest (who also is an analog shooter!) can be easily bribed to sit with promises of film. The other two are pretty much catch as catch can. Here is a shot of my oldest:


    You can probably guess this is tri-x. Was also still adjusting a bit to the change from 6x6 to 645. All that extra space!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Dinesh View Post
    I have become the undisputed master of the "blurry ear" image!
    Ha ha! About half of my shots of my five-year-old are mostly a blur of hair and fabric. She likes to spin.


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    Quote Originally Posted by rubyfalls View Post
    Ha ha! About half of my shots of my five-year-old are mostly a blur of hair and fabric. She likes to spin.


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    1/500th a second and D3200....
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    Quote Originally Posted by StoneNYC View Post
    1/500th a second and D3200....
    Ha ha - now I have 4 rolls of exposed D3200 queued up for development. Just waiting for some free time. Usually I can work late at night when everyone else is sleeping, but it is about 55 F in my darkroom right now.


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    Quote Originally Posted by rubyfalls View Post
    Ha ha - now I have 4 rolls of exposed D3200 queued up for development. Just waiting for some free time. Usually I can work late at night when everyone else is sleeping, but it is about 55 F in my darkroom right now.


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    Wait you shot these a while ago? Or you actually took my advice? Lol
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    Space heaters. I have an electric oil filled radiator type that keeps my darkroom comfy all winter. No AC for summer though when temps even in my basement can be in the upper 70s.


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