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200 gold kodak fil, 105 dine lens, me super pentax, tad bit of flash
Posted August 5, 2001
Posted August 6, 2001
I scanned a color print. Then I used the silveroxide.com TRI-X filter in Photoshop to bring the image into the proper grayscale.
From there, a little burning, dodging, selective focus stuff and finally curves to render as sepia.
Hope that helps.
Posted August 10, 2001
You have really captured something here. Technically the print is perfect -- and I love how you rendered it in PhotoShop. But aside from that -- the expression on this boy's face -- and the position of his hands! It's simply breathtaking. Bravo.
I focus on children's portraits (candid portraits at home/outside) and I am going to bookmark this one for future inspiration. Congrats.
Inspirational, yes indeed! I would love to see more of your photos of children if you have them. I found this photo by mistake by trying to track & find more info about Kari Abate(the poster above me). Sorry if I sound like a stocker. I am new at this. I found one of her posts from Jan 01 and I am very intrested in how her "a lot of windows" shoot turned out. We seem to be interested in the same things...shooting babies and kids. : ) I needed some fresh new ideas and inspiration and Jim-you just gave that to me!
Thanks a bunch!
Posted January 1, 2002
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