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PHOTOGRAPHY: Morning Angel

By Jrobert_ramos

PHOTOGRAPHY: Morning Angel

Innocence is Bliss. Taking photograph of a child is one of the most difficult… no, because they don’t need to act happy or sad or blissful. It comes naturally with their innocence. It is difficult… yes, when you have to force them to smile for the camera. The trick is make them play and enjoy what they are doing.

PHOTOGRAPHY: Morning Angel

This series of photos are taken with consent of her parents for her 7th birthday. I provided all the props, settings, and photography direction.

PHOTOGRAPHY: Morning Angel

 

PHOTOGRAPHY: Morning Angel

 

PHOTOGRAPHY: Morning Angel

 

PHOTOGRAPHY: Morning Angel

 

PHOTOGRAPHY: Morning Angel

 

PHOTOGRAPHY: Morning Angel

 

Photos taken by John Robert Ramos

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