Tom Leuntjens Photography


Hasse slideshow
December 13, 2008, 9:32 am
Filed under: Baby & Child Photography | Tags: , , ,

Last weekend I had a super fun shoot with baby Hasse and her proud parents. After the indoor pictures the weather cleared up and I suggested we’d go for a walk, there was a playground nearby. On the way there I spotted an old factory building and and an abandoned gypsy wagon, Kris & Lien were immediately won for the idea of having some “unordinary” baby/family shots 😉

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When I browse around on flickr I can really enjoy pictures taken against the sun, or pictures that have some flare in them. However I don’t find it easy to always visualize them, let alone make them. I really like how this picture turned out.

Enjoy the slideshow !

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7 Comments so far
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This one is my favoirite. Thanks to the sun and the vintage wagons on the back, the picture has a retro atmosphere. Love it!

Comment by Eigenwys

Enjoyed it a lot – Great work !

Comment by Frederik

Amai, superknappe slideshow.
Deze is heel origineel.
Mijn favoriet beeld was wel de foto van de man op de schommel.

Comment by gekiekt

Wow, dat heb je super gedaan!!!
Ook je bewerkingen geven een aangenaam kleurenpallet!

Comment by Jef Janssens

Erg mooi beeld, lekker vintage/analoog tintje ook.

Comment by s.goovy

oh verdorie, dat is een krachtige!

Comment by nimsa

[…] = Love This whole shoot is one of my favourites. Capture the love, for each other, and in this case, for little […]

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