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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve Smith View Post
    When my son was being born I had a portable radio and some headphones with me.... BBC Radio Four was broadcasting The History of the Guitar in Jazz... I didn't want to miss that!


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    Far out man.
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    Has anyone ever noticed how newborn babys all look like Winston Churchill .
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    I wonder what Winston looked like as a baby!


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    What's next, I wonder?

    Conception photography?

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    That's nothing new.

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    It even comes in two varieties: regular and "alternative".

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    We almost lost both our boys at birth. Way too much going on to even think about a camera, and the thought of a stranger in the room at such an intimate time bugs me for some reason. I guess different strokes for different folks (And there is already a genre of photography for that)
    Technological society has succeeded in multiplying the opportunities for pleasure, but it has great difficulty in generating joy. Pope Paul VI

    So, I think the "greats" were true to their visions, once their visions no longer sucked. Ralph Barker 12/2004

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    Quote Originally Posted by mark View Post
    We almost lost both our boys at birth. Way too much going on to even think about a camera, and the thought of a stranger in the room at such an intimate time bugs me for some reason. I guess different strokes for different folks (And there is already a genre of photography for that)
    I agree Mark, it's too private and intimate a moment to have outsiders other than any medical professionals present.
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    I planned to use some delta 3200 with our second kid. But he was too quick so we had to do it our selves in the sofa. I had the ambulance driver in one phone and a nurse in another while trying to help as best I could. As soon as we were finished my wife told me to go and get the camera to take a picture of her and the boy. I remember taking that as a sign that she was ok. Then the ambulance arrived.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Arkasha View Post
    What's next, I wonder?

    Conception photography?
    If only I had a photograph of when I was just a twinkle in my father's eye.

    Takes the idea of pre-visualisation to a whole new level.

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