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excellent idea Isabel I will follow you tutorial with great interest
meanwhile have a great day at the beach
You've really done an excellent work, Can't tell from a real street shot or PS. I'd love to take my dolls out for a street photo shooting!! One of these days I might dare taking them to the beach, meanwhile they'll have to settle with a fake background, hahaha! By the way, my friend, I'm working on the turorial for using the monitor as a background.
stares are curiosity and smiles are encouragements , lot of people, in fact, kind of envy us to have again inside us the little kid they have lost.
the guide in the museum of "Great Fall" ( Mt.USA) said this to me some years ago, when I asked him if this was ok to place my doll (Pierre) in front of the Lewis and Clark diorama
I used to said that it was for a contest, but now I just take pictures and smile back
Lily, your lighting in the photos is perfect!!! I shot dolls on the street (held them in front of stores in Paris and pushed the shutter. Got lots of stares and amused looks.
@ Fashion doll Stylist: sorry to dissapoint you sweetie but this is photoshopped (I 'll take this as a compliment though) I am unfortunately not in Paris right now (neither Lilly) but we plan to go one day to visit the doll museum . I am French of origin but each time I go "up"to Paris region it is always for family visits and tourism is not in the plans
next time I 'll go I will certainly love to visit all those wonderful places
and just about the "guts"it never bother me to take pictures of my "gang" outside in public . I did several time . in Canada , USA, Spain and even in France (last time was the "Moulin d'Alphonse daudet a Fontvieille) and even if people were around it was always a very good and gentle experience.
@fashion doll stylist, thanks for the info! i will most definitely add it to my travel plans!!!
Lily, I love it...She's got her iPad!!! Great shot. It takes a lot of guts to pull out a doll and photograph her on the street. Bravo!!! (Know how that feels.)
Andy---you should plan to visit "La Musee de la Poupee." It's the doll museum (near the Centre Pompidou), with an adjacent small shop. There is also the toy component of the "Musee des Arts Decoratifs." (But no shop.)There are stores that sell dolls. Those dolls are usually the antique French doll type. There was once a marvelous doll shop at the "Village Suisse." Sadly, it closed.
awesome pic!!!!! morgan and i are headed to france and hopefully paris in feburary to celebrate my birthday! we will most definitely be on the look out for some amazing doll shops, so if you found any let us know!!!!
lilly spent some time in paris enjoying the view..and the shops
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