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    Default Re: A slightly older model!

    Quote Originally Posted by SpringfieldPhoto View Post
    As Mr Punch would say, "That's the way to do it".
    A great monochrome portrait. Well done.
    Many Thanks Alan
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    Default Re: A slightly older model!

    Super shot, good choice in using mono

    Paul

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    Quote Originally Posted by pelliott1954 View Post
    Super shot, good choice in using mono

    Paul
    Cheers Paul
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    Very good portrait

    Chris

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stackman View Post
    Very good portrait

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    Cheers Chris
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    Default Re: A slightly older model!

    Nice detail in that face, works great in mono.

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    Quote Originally Posted by paul linton View Post
    Nice detail in that face, works great in mono.

    Paul
    Many thanks Paul
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    Default Re: A slightly older model!

    I would have liked to see the eyes have some light, to bring the face to life.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wrinklyrocker View Post
    I would have liked to see the eyes have some light, to bring the face to life.
    Cheers for looking
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