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    This was a very special Senior Picture session for me. Brianna is a special needs girl that was a joy to work with. She seemed like a natural in front of my camera. Quite the "ham" actually. I really enjoyed working with her. This is one of my favorites from the session.

    1. RSII Photography 36 months ago | reply

      She's got a great smile and you can tell excitement in her eyes.
      Well captured.

    2. johanbe 36 months ago | reply

      Nice portrait

    3. milady marji 36 months ago | reply

      Pretty how she stands out from the bokeh bg....(Herritage Gardens?)

    4. Lou Peeples 36 months ago | reply

      Beautiful Joe. Nice lighting and the fountain in the back.

    5. todd088 36 months ago | reply

      You capture her expression that is truly the essence of this child, capturing her personality, her spirit.

      Joe, I could talk about the great use of natural light, the other aspects about this shot, but more so what makes this shot is the person on the other side of the camera.

      Going into this job you had to be thinking her attention span might be severely limited, even fleeting, so you had to be _really_ well prepared. I’m sure you were thinking there's no point getting everything lined up and ready, and then having to worry about technical issues.

      Just think you have made that day very special for those parents.

      To think that a parent of a special needs child would find hesitation from a photographer about taking a picture. But it happens. Thankfully some generous, inspired people like you decided to do something, Capturing a child's precious smile goes a long way.
      Joe your awesome.

    6. tonylafferty01 36 months ago | reply

      Beautiful Joe! Glad to hear it went well. We knew you would make it awesome!

    7. timmerschester 36 months ago | reply

      very pretty portrait!

    8. RIPizzo 36 months ago | reply

      Nice portrait work Joe. I love her smile.

    9. sharona 315 사론아 35 months ago | reply

      Great shot..she does seem like a natural in front of the camera

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