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Have you ever had that special moment, during a session, where you're just left speechless? That blooper that you couldn't have planned if you tried? Or maybe, that special person that made it into the picture, but you're not sure how or why?
This week, we thought it'd be fun to have a challenge focused on making you smile! As always, it's never easy to pick just a few. Thank you for sharing with us. We're so grateful you did!
Below are our 2 winners and 5 honorable mentions that we fell in love with. If you were one of the images featured, please be sure to grab a button, showcasing that you were featured on our website or group page. Thank you for sharing your talent with us today. Enjoy browsing through these images. For our two winners, please email us at email@example.com. Thank you for making this photo challenge so much fun.
Thank you to the talented woman behind The Porter's Wife, Tammy Porter, for sharing the featured image above.
This is my family. Trying to get a good picture of all the great grandkids for my husbands grandmother. All in one clean edit.
Photographer: Jessica Laney
Edit: All in One Clean Edit.
I was taking pictures of this lovely 16 year old pup and her youthful sister decided she wanted in on the picture!
Photographer: Jenny Stringer
Edit: Minor hand edits (to lighten the photobomber), Luminous/Golden Glow, darken exposure, center light
This was a maternity photoshoot I did Monday, and while photographing her one of the horses decided to poke her in the bottom which gave her a fright LOL was a cute and very unexpected photo bombed shot from the horse. I used Sheer Bliss, adjusted exposure, tone shadows soft, and auto WB from Pretty Film Collection, and added some clarity around face.
Photographer: Meshella Ungaro
Edit: I used Sheer Bliss, adjusted exposure, tone shadows soft, and auto WB from Pretty Film Collection, and added some clarity around face.
A family photo session to announce Baby #4...we have an eye poke, a middle child saluting, mom is seriously laughing, while the oldest stays "on point"...
Photographer: Linda Hammett
Edit: Fan Faves Bomb Pop
Groom and his best man being silly, and the uncle photobombing in the door behind them. Used portrait brushes.
Photographer: Nicole Williams
Edit: Processed with portrait brushes
Am I weird for being so in love with this photo?!
I was just trying to get pictures of the leaves from on the ground, and my son totally photobombed it and just ran right in front of me. And it turned out to be my favorite!
Used Rhapsody and Make it Warmer. Done!
Photographer: Jes Hartzell
Edit: Used Rhapsody and Make it Warmer (Pretty Actions)
When you're trying to take a cute picture of your baby, and this happens...
Edited with Peacock converted to B&W
Photographer: CM Espinal
Edit: Edited with Peacock converted to B&W