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Ade Williams - Violin Prodigy

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    Once again, I shot another private party for the Baton Rouge Symphony. This time it featured a violin prodigy since 6 years old, Ade Williams. Unfortunately, she was recovering from a wrist injury, so she could not play, so she just did some question & answering.

    I like this B/W I got of her

    cary22 by Chris Campbell, on Flickr

    She is 18 years old now. Here is a video of her from a couple years ago

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    I like it too - Wonderful expression you captured.
    If it were mine and i wanted to play further I might tone down facial brightness a bit and something looks funny with her arm to my eye. It's too defined imo.
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