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youngest model and beautiful
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Jul 1, 2013 13:08:20   #
user11850
 
My Grand- daughter my youngest model
Youngest model



 
Jul 1, 2013 13:11:23   #
tlbuljac
 
Wow!!! to be that young again (at least I think I was that young once) can I have her phone number
Jul 1, 2013 13:12:24   #
speters (a regular here)
 
Mary clark wrote:
My Grand- daughter my youngest model

She is gorgeous, very nice portrait shot by the way, it has all the components, that make it a great shot!
Jul 1, 2013 13:17:27   #
user11850
 
Mary clark wrote:
My Grand- daughter my youngest model


No on the phone number LOL
and thanks
Jul 1, 2013 13:18:16   #
user11850
 
speters wrote:
She is gorgeous, very nice portrait shot by the way, it has all the components, that make it a great shot!


My grand daughters make awesome models!!!
Thanks for the comment
Jul 1, 2013 13:23:11   #
Screamin Scott
 
I can see where she got her good looks from !!
 
Jul 1, 2013 13:24:29   #
VietVet
 
Beautiful model and lighting, I just would like to see the eyes more in focus. Just one mans opinion.
Jul 1, 2013 13:36:36   #
Irvingite Charles (a regular here)
 
Very pretty and well done.
Jul 1, 2013 13:39:04   #
user11850
 
Screamin Scott wrote:
I can see where she got her good looks from !!


Awww that was so sweet.. thanks
Jul 1, 2013 13:40:01   #
Miriam
 
Picky, picky, picky!
Jul 1, 2013 13:40:22   #
user11850
 
VietVet wrote:
Beautiful model and lighting, I just would like to see the eyes more in focus. Just one mans opinion.


They were really sharp used portrait professional first,added a glamor glow from HIk 4 which I guess took some of the sharpness out of the eyes. Have to watch that
Thanks
 
Jul 1, 2013 13:41:01   #
user11850
 
Miriam wrote:
Picky, picky, picky!


Who's picky?
Jul 1, 2013 13:41:13   #
user11850
 
Irvingite wrote:
Very pretty and well done.


:-)
Jul 1, 2013 13:43:38   #
Kingmapix
 
Some lucky young man down the road is going to be blessed!
Jul 1, 2013 13:44:29   #
Kingmapix
 
The dreamy look of your photo fits the occasion. Good job.
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