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Baden Plus
6 156 United Kingdom
2 Apr 2013 6:48PM
Beautiful portrait, love the processing!
TyChee Plus
13 275 1 United States
2 Apr 2013 7:19PM
Very nice! Congrats on the GEA!
d3looo Plus
9 16 1 Slovakia
2 Apr 2013 7:32PM
Thank you so much, glad you like it guys Wink
User_Removed 5 4 1 United Kingdom
2 Apr 2013 8:11PM
a stunning photo, image and ladySmile
chase Plus
12 1.1k 246 England
2 Apr 2013 8:23PM
Love the colour palette !!
2 Apr 2013 9:06PM
Beautiful, superb presentation.
2 Apr 2013 9:23PM
Great work Pavol. Love it...Hope your well mate.
dathersmith Plus
10 558 12 England
2 Apr 2013 9:28PM
Love the processing Pavol.

Richsr Plus
10 91 223 England
2 Apr 2013 9:39PM
Like the styling and post processing for this Pavol
Regards Richard
d3looo Plus
9 16 1 Slovakia
2 Apr 2013 9:44PM
Many thanks guys, really appreciate your great comments, means a lot!!! Paul and Mark a big thank you for UA!!!
Is that Florabella?
Daisymaye Plus
9 23 13 Canada
3 Apr 2013 3:05AM
Love the tonal quality and the feeling of her being unaware.......Sandy
d3looo Plus
9 16 1 Slovakia
3 Apr 2013 7:40AM
Thank you Sandy Smile Swarnadip I haven't use Florabella actions on this image, I know them but on this one I just moved curves and levels to my personal feeling of the image Wink And especially it was shoot on very beautiful light as well what gave it a very nice feeling already Wink
boov Plus
5 2 United Kingdom
3 Apr 2013 4:10PM
Wonderfully taken....( I used to own a Yashmat,many years ago)... wonderful
Sezz Plus
13 617 15 England
5 Apr 2013 12:59PM
Yes dream-like, beautifully processed Pavol, my congrats for your awards!

Sarah *
6 Apr 2013 2:44PM
Another superb image Pavol Smile

congratulations for the awards, well deserved.

Excellent picture and it brings back memories. I used a Yashica D as one of my first cameras back in the sixties. With Panatomic 80 ASA B&W film it produced some of the sharpest pictures I have ever taken.

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