Archived posting to the Leica Users Group, 2001/01/26

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Subject: Re: [Leica] Baby Photos
Date: Fri, 26 Jan 2001 14:12:19 EST

Dans un courrier daté du 26/01/01 19:52:45 Paris, Madrid, a écrit :

<< No, Jo, it's not just for memorizing unimportant events. But...One isn't
 in the delivery room as a photographer - hopefully - one is in the
 delivery room as a support person for one's spouse. One is hopefully
 concentrating on helping her to the extent that one can't really even
 think about taking photos until the little nipper is delivered. Sure,
 you can get a few shots of the new arrival. But if you really want the
 event documented, you want someone uninvolved to do the documenting.
 And as to that 20-year-old...Do you have one? I have a couple and I know
 they think the whole idea that photos exist of them moments after birth
 is pretty appalling to them. Maybe when they're 40...;-)
 B. D.
Well , I guess this discussion has got it's pros and cons just like 
discussing about the use of a UV filter ! Or the color of a car .
I think a few shots , taken just after the baby is born , don't hurt .
The parents have to decide after all .

Jo Goodtimes , France .      
airborne radar tech
live free or die 

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