(Baby Girl (Jim Jones song)) "Baby Girl" is the lead single off rapper Jim Jones' second studio ''''. It features Max B and is produced by Zukhan-Bey for Zukhan Music/BMI.
(Baby Girl) "Baby Girl" is the debut single of American country music group Sugarland. Released in July 2004, the single reached a peak position of #2 on the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks (now Hot Country Songs) charts in April 2005.
(Baby Girl (May J. album)) Baby Girl is the debut album released by May J. under the label Sony Music Japan. The album charted on the weekly Oricon chart on the #50 place.
An optical appearance or counterpart produced by light or other radiation from an object reflected in a mirror or refracted through a lens
(image) render visible, as by means of MRI
A representation of the external form of a person or thing in sculpture, painting, etc
(image) an iconic mental representation; "her imagination forced images upon her too awful to contemplate"
(image) persona: (Jungian psychology) a personal facade that one presents to the world; "a public image is as fragile as Humpty Dumpty"
A visible impression obtained by a camera, telescope, microscope, or other device, or displayed on a video screen
Body Drama: Real Girls, Real Bodies, Real Issues, Real Answers
“You’d think a Miss America swimsuit winner would feel completely confident about her body, right? Not always! So I decided to write the book I wish I’d had as a teen and in college— an honest, funny, practical, medically accurate, totally reassuring guide to how women’s bodies actually look, smell, feel, behave, and change. Alongside real-deal photographs of women just like you and me (no airbrushing, no supermodels, no kidding) you’ll find medical pictures of things you need to be able to recognize, true confessions by yours truly, and the encouragement you need to appreciate the uniqueness, strength, and beauty of your body. What are you waiting for?” –Nancy Redd
From fashion magazines to taboo Web sites, curious young women have access to tons of old wives’ tales about and thousands of airbrushed and inaccurate images of the female body—misinformation and harmful portrayals that can lead to low self-esteem, self-destructive acts, or even disturbing plastic surgery procedures. Teaming up with a leading physician specializing in adolescent health issues, Harvard graduate and former Miss Virginia Nancy Redd now offers a down-to-earth, healing, and reassuring response to those damaging myths. In Body Drama, Redd gives girls insight into the issues they’re often too ashamed to raise with a doctor or parent. She also reveals her own experiences with the culture of “American beauty,” and shows readers all the many versions of “normal.” From body hair and bras, to acne and weight issues, along with crucial issues such as the importance of a healthy self image, Body Drama is a groundbreaking book packed with informative fast facts, FYIs, how-tos, and moving personal anecdotes as well as hundreds of un-retouched photographs. A highly visual book, it’s the first of its kind for women: filled with real information and real photographs of real bodies, to celebrate all our different shapes and sizes.
Named by Glamour magazine as one of America’s top-ten college women “most likely to succeed—at anything,” Redd has spent the most recent years of her life on a mission to tackle the issues least discussed but most significant in young women’s lives. Celebrating the many versions of “normal,” and replacing seriously erroneous information with the honest, medically proven truth in a language all girls can understand, Body Drama dares to empower a new generation—with facts instead of fantasies, and the priceless gift of self-knowledge.
I dont have a studio.
I only have 3 sb900`s.
I have never ever done a baby shot before.
Was I nervous? Yes.
This image is taken with only 1 sb900 flash (nikon) through an 24x24inch softbox, right above the camera, aimed down (to avoid that much spill on the wall).
The background is a light gray wall.
Positioned the parents and the baby a little bit away from the wall to get the wall darker, and put the lightsource really close.
// Baby Girl.
La mia vita e questa.
Che vedete tra foto e parole.
Non ci posso fare nulla.
Born and raised on a dirt-poor Michigan farm during the Great Depression, Dorothy tells stories about her fascinating life with insight and wit. She brings the scenes to life with clever repartee and colorful descriptions so real that you will easily imagine yourself in the scene. Details of farm life during the 1930s are fascinating for anyone and guaranteed to bring smiles of recognition for those who remember those days. Her life has spanned the century, delved into a dozen careers and hobbies and had its share of love, romance, adventure, close-calls, faith, joy, tragedy, success and failure. She has been loved, feted and double-crossed. She has climbed the heights and swum the depths. She makes it real in a way that will bring smiles and a tear or two. You will get to know and admire her as a real person and friend. You can read this book all at once, or one scene a day, without getting lost. Each scene is written to stand alone as well as being part of the overall plot. Are you one who likes to read the last chapter first? There is no penalty for skipping. Just pull up a rocking chair around the cracker-barrel and enjoy reading it any way you like. This is a great book for busy people, who want to get their money’s worth.