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Thread: Spectacular Child Photography

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    Spectacular Child Photography

    http://www.billgekas.com/p1014938437...6f91#h30303703

    Have a look at these glorious photos by Australian Photographer Bill Gekas. I'm not sure whether it's his child, but she's gorgeous, and the photos are stunning!

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    Wonderful pictures. And like you said a gorgeous child also. A lot of talent on both sides of the camera.
    Thanks for sharing.

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    Quite a captivating child with wonderful eyes, a really good portfolio.
    Geoff

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    Magnificent work and very imaginatively done.

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    Amazing work.
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    Wow! Her eyes! And the lighting of these shots is amazing.
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    Yikes. That guy is good. And the girl!...A star is born.

    Wonderful find.
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    He actually has a write up on our Australian News site today. See: http://www.news.com.au/lifestyle/par...-1226592573088

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    Wow. It's pretty cool, for sending out a book to get work as a professional model. Also for the photographer it's a good bunch of samples of what he/she could do.

    Somehow this feels more like a vanity thing for the parents in a doll collection sort of way. A celebration of their children. I can understand the parents' obsession. I'm a dad and am in awe constantly and now it's a trip watching how he and his wife are equally obsessed with my grandson as I was with him. I did cringe when seeing a pic of when as a baby the mom had dressed my then infant grandson in wild attire and crazy shades like Lady Gaga. But same concept as these photos. Only on a budget. That phase for my daughter-in-law passed quickly though (Phew!).
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