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By mark1309  
Thanks as always for everyones c & c' on my last upload. Here is another image from the Southern at War weekend, this time a close up of an MP (not the Westminster type),
a colour version and a Black and White with a touch of Sepia, not sure if the Sepia works for me though.

Tags: Photo journalism General Mp Bluebell railway Horsted keynes Southern at war Portraits and people

Voters: Bob_V, Scaramanga, A Booth and 21 more

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A Booth 15 11 4 United Kingdom
13 May 2008 5:25PM
well lit natural light portrait with a well captured expression. the colour version for me.

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pascalg Plus
10 37 France
13 May 2008 5:56PM
like this portrait
usually prefer colour, but your toning is excellent in #2...
13 May 2008 7:09PM
Great character shot. Good view point.

John Smile
SKavanagh 10 312 5 England
13 May 2008 8:34PM
Both are superb mark
Bodiewil 10 46 Wales
13 May 2008 11:05PM
Great potrait love the mono version

tigertimb 10 40 66 United Kingdom
13 May 2008 11:51PM
Great portrait Mark; definitely the b&w for me, it just seems so much more fitting
minicooper 10 536 United Kingdom
14 May 2008 8:10AM
My choice the mono i think that touch of sepia gives it a sense of time and age.
FeatherFriend 10 38 217 England
14 May 2008 10:33AM
A super portrait, well done.
Shroomer 11 14 167 England
14 May 2008 11:51PM
God I hate redcaps and he looks the business.
Great shot
whiteswan01 10 13 England
15 May 2008 6:02PM
he looks a misery nice profile Dawn
peugeot406 11 7 1 England
16 May 2008 8:08AM
Super naturally lit portrait image, well done
GeorgeRusky 12 1 4
16 May 2008 10:22AM
Hi Mark
A nicely taken portrait, well developed and presented, is always pleasant for seeing and writing comments.
If I may, a word of advice: a red chevron should have been left in the picture as a whole thing:in combination with the top of a cap and blue eyes it could have turned into a better color combination of the whole portrait.
Just a thought.
If my humble weak voice Smile could be heard, I would definitely recommend to invest your creativeness into portraiture.
PS:Thank you for being my regular commentator.
TonyFrith 11 3 6 United Kingdom
17 May 2008 8:08AM
Well lit portrait, He fits the part
photophantom 10 108 3 Philippines
17 May 2008 1:02PM
Excellent shots
Jacobite 11 38 United Kingdom
7 Nov 2010 7:16PM

Quote:God I hate redcaps and he looks the business.
Great shot

hehehehehehehehe!! I'm a 'student' of Rousiilon Barracks Smile

Yep, a good study of a re-enactor.

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