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Evil Grandma

By danielwaters    
This is part of my 'Shoot the Granny' project where I choose one crazy idea from one someone each month. The subject can be anything and since this is the first month I chose Roxpix's idea because 'Granny strikes back' seemed appropriate for the first month. I've got a video on how I did it on my website.

Tags: Digitally manipulated Portraits and people Humour and fun Evil grandma portrait

Voters: margeret, lonely_oryx, baclark and 3 more

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lonely_oryx 10 61 55 England
9 Sep 2010 8:49PM
Granny no, mother-in-law YES! Smile

Well thought out shot

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baclark 9 3.7k 24 United Kingdom
9 Sep 2010 9:04PM

Quote:Granny no, mother-in-law YES!

I agree whole heartedly Wink Made me laugh, super work.
baclark 9 3.7k 24 United Kingdom
9 Sep 2010 9:05PM
Off to have a look at how you did it.......
danielwaters 10 93 4 United Kingdom
9 Sep 2010 9:05PM
Oh, it's my own Granny by the way. She's 92 - god bless her!
roxpix 14 2.2k 11 Scotland
9 Sep 2010 9:56PM
Glad you liked the suggestion
I like the finish you’ve applied to the overall image, I think the edge of the light/shadow is a little harsh for my taste but this may have been what you were aiming for

Well done to grandma for taking part

Look forward to seeing the next one
danielwaters 10 93 4 United Kingdom
9 Sep 2010 10:11PM
Thanks Alan, I appreciated the idea. Yes, I was trying to make the whole thing look harsh and uncomfortable to look at which is why the vignette is a lot stronger than usual. It was also to hide the flowers which I wanted to show, but not be too visible. With hindsight I should have brought round some horrible dead flowers to put in the vase. Not sure she would have been impressed though!

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