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morpheus1955 9 3 2 United Kingdom
5 Sep 2010 12:34AM
Excellent B&W portrait, great light and textures, beautifully composed and shot.

Hugh

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andylea 7 37 1 United Kingdom
5 Sep 2010 12:42AM
wonderful light and tones neil a cracking portrait really suits mono nice one Wink
andy
gary_d Plus
8 576 13 Wales
5 Sep 2010 2:09AM
I am no expert either Neil but it looks good to me. - gary
nishchal 5 5 India
5 Sep 2010 6:34AM
Great details and wonderful light.
nishchal
5 Sep 2010 11:40AM
B&w often shows more detail than colour at times lovely shot
mike
5 Sep 2010 11:53AM
Havent you captured that expression so very well
Carrie_1 6 2 6 Wales
5 Sep 2010 12:15PM
Superb portrait, dont think you need much advice when you shoot stuff like this. Smile
Caroline
5 Sep 2010 12:33PM
A very good portrait.
NeilWigan Plus
6 12 15 England
5 Sep 2010 3:38PM
Barbara, i,ve known that look for forty odd years ,can,t get away with anything.
Rock Plus
14 10 2 England
5 Sep 2010 3:54PM
Grand shot !

Rock
5 Sep 2010 4:03PM
Excellent mono portrait, great light and textures Neil.
Evgenya
Maiwand Plus
9 3 71 England
5 Sep 2010 4:11PM
You have made an excellent start Neil. Lovely portrait.
Ron
SUE118 Plus
8 8 1 United Kingdom
5 Sep 2010 4:44PM
Lovely portrait in B & W
agingrocker 7 12 1
5 Sep 2010 4:49PM
Great light and catchlight Neil. Mono works very well
Antony
maggieh 7 4 United Kingdom
5 Sep 2010 5:01PM
A very good portrait which is full of character and very natural. Black and white works so well with some portraits and this is one. Well caught and produced.
maggie
Canadiann 6 2 Canada
5 Sep 2010 8:23PM
A beautiful capture Neil being a Grandmother I understand and thanks 4 your kind n encouraging comment as I am totally self taught in photography and PS. I just have fun and so can u. Give it a shot you will be amazed how easy it is.
Ann xxx
polly470 6 25 8 United Kingdom
5 Sep 2010 8:30PM
Soft, gentle and a really lovely capture - I would be tempted to soften , get rid of or maybe blur the lines of the wood behind her head, so all you do is focus on her face, but that is only a suggestion - it doesn't really detract from the sweetness of the picture, and the lovely grey tones of the conversion...
Pauline
lonely_oryx 8 61 54 England
5 Sep 2010 8:49PM
I would suggest lightening the dark areas on the left side if her face a tad
What a lovely shot! Smile
LexEquine 10 19 United States
5 Sep 2010 10:35PM
Very nice monochrome full portrait capture & image rendering, Neil. Regards...Peter
Suehh 9 39 6 England
5 Sep 2010 11:57PM
Lovely light in this portrait. I really like the way the eyes are looking elsewhere. Maybe a slight softening of the bg may have enhanced your wife's face a little - but it works very well anyway.

Sue
RonnieAG Plus
6 153 116 Scotland
6 Sep 2010 6:46AM
A very nicely lit and charming portrait of your wife, Neil.
Ronnie.
Mavis Plus
14 143 2 England
10 Sep 2010 9:20AM
You should practice this more often . A fine mono Portrait . Nice soft lighting .

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