Mr Churchill

By Fefe
Morning peopleGrin
The last in the "During the War 3" series today, I could have done more I suppose but feel its gone on long enough....
Right, now you seemed to like the processing I did in V2 of Alf and Jean so I have done the same tricolour treatment on this one. I didnt think I would be able to remember how I did itTongueBlushGrin..... but I didGrin Ok I am yaddering onTongue.....
V2 is the other usual processing I do for the wartime series.
Hope you like them.
Thankyou all for C&C on my last uploadGrin

Tags: Winston churchill Pickering station Portraits and people Pickering War Weekend 2013

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Comments


NDODS Plus
12 5.8k 130 United Kingdom
7 Nov 2013 8:36AM
Both images work so incredibly well, however I do rather like the bleached colour variant...

Regards Nathan GrinGrinGrin
fentiger 21 920 24 England
7 Nov 2013 8:42AM
The sepia version works particularly well.

Albert
barbarahirst 14 27 12 United Kingdom
7 Nov 2013 8:51AM
like both equally ...
so a half vote each
Dixxipix 13 29 United Kingdom
7 Nov 2013 8:52AM
Great portrait and expression, like the sepia. I would clone out the bright light in the top right corner.
Nikonuser1 Plus
10 175 16 United Kingdom
7 Nov 2013 8:54AM
Great capture Diane, like both versionsSmile

Cliff
morpheus1955 16 3 2 United Kingdom
7 Nov 2013 9:08AM
Excellent portrait, I love the expression, both versions work for me :-Wink

Hugh
Mollycat Plus
9 21 2 United Kingdom
7 Nov 2013 9:23AM
Both great, but the sepia is more evocative of the age. Peter.
ddolfelin 11 103 3 Wales
7 Nov 2013 9:27AM
It's a good picture, well taken, Diane.
ColleenA Plus
10 505 11 Australia
7 Nov 2013 9:43AM
Great shot, he does look the part...V1 for me...
CarolG 16 199 20 Greece
7 Nov 2013 10:03AM
Black and white for me, Diane. Carol
richmowil Plus
14 506 3 England
7 Nov 2013 12:05PM
Two fine images!! - He does play the part so well!!
mikbee 15 3 8 Scotland
7 Nov 2013 12:16PM
V1 for me Diane.
It has a more ''Churchillian'' look I feel !!
Mick.
I do like both but v2 gets my vote today
franken Plus
20 5.6k 4 United Kingdom
7 Nov 2013 1:47PM
Both work for me Diane.

Ken
taggart Plus
18 47 15 United States
7 Nov 2013 1:51PM
probably any processing would work well in this amusing candid-- a caricature for sure!
achieverswales 12 8 101 Wales
7 Nov 2013 3:06PM
Like both Diane.

Regards

Trev.
danbrann 18 640 17
7 Nov 2013 3:34PM
A superb capture Diane and so well processed.
rayme330 11 17 1 United Kingdom
7 Nov 2013 6:05PM
Another great image from this fascinating series, Diane. I do prefer the tricoloured version.

Ray
7 Nov 2013 8:40PM
I think both images, and color treatments, catch a tone (no pun intended) of the period, Diane. A most interesting series.

Peter
LynneJoyce Plus
14 22 101 United Kingdom
7 Nov 2013 9:02PM
Lovely work, V2 for me.
1881 10 India
8 Nov 2013 5:20PM
A class work.


SANJEEV
ChiliMan 16 135 17 Singapore
10 Nov 2013 5:49AM
You? Yaddering on? Nevvah! Wink

Amazing you remembered the process for V1. I'm so lousy at that. I need to write things down when they work out to my liking.

I must say I'm a thorough fan of V2 here, Diane. Just LOVE the processing and look there.

Andrew Smile

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