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Victorian Elegance

By dathersmith  
Another image of Fredau taken at the Morecambe Winter Gardens last week. The same colourful outfit as my last upload but I thought I'd try a sepia tone with this one.

Thanks for the comments on my last one from here and to katieb for the GE Award Smile

Darren.

Tags: Portraits and people Flash and lighting Fredau Victorian Fashion Morecambe Winter Gardens

Voters: Shortbloke, Richsr, TRUEX and 24 more


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Comments


Richsr Plus
9 90 223 England
10 Oct 2011 7:59PM
Like the details and eyes Darren, is it a bit flat ? a touch of contrast might help
Regards Richard

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johnnyboy114 7 231 106 United Kingdom
10 Oct 2011 8:18PM
Clever stuff, like the way you have put this together, really good. Nice work again
10 Oct 2011 8:22PM
Beautifully composed. A pleasure to look at.
Martyn_U 7 7 England
10 Oct 2011 8:57PM
Really like the sepia tone, gives it that vintage look


Martyn
dathersmith Plus
9 550 12 England
10 Oct 2011 10:01PM
Thanks guys. Richard it possibly is a bit flat but I tried to process it with a soft antique feel to it if that makes any sense?

Darren.
10 Oct 2011 10:46PM
Yep love the tones.
Richsr Plus
9 90 223 England
11 Oct 2011 8:18AM
Yes Darren makes sense
Richard
Sezz Plus
11 617 15 England
11 Oct 2011 9:16AM
I agree with Martyn re the vintage look, lovely work Darren!

Sarah *
Techno Plus
8 1.8k 8 England
11 Oct 2011 10:14AM
Works well Darren, lovely tones, pin sharp.
TrevBatWCC Plus
8 12 10 England
11 Oct 2011 3:41PM
Excellent, Darren, the sepia really suits the period costume Smile
Trev Smile
12 Oct 2011 12:13PM
I like the vintage look; it fits the image well. It might also look good with a bit of film grain added.

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