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26 Apr 2009 8:05PM
The perfect treatment for this picture. Very nicely worked.

John Smile
mr g 16 403 3 United Kingdom
26 Apr 2009 8:08PM
Prefer v1. Like the red backdrop matching her dress. Great eyes and lips too
Rob
Fisher2 13 1 Ireland
26 Apr 2009 8:12PM
V1 for me , subject great, colours superb ,the red background makes it.
Dessy
Henchard 15 2.7k 1 United Kingdom
26 Apr 2009 8:13PM
V1 was my choice too; but thought I'd try a couple of different things.
26 Apr 2009 8:22PM
Lovely shot and background, I like V1 the best.
DiBosco 12 36 1 United Kingdom
26 Apr 2009 9:13PM
Perversely I'm going for V2, I think because the "olde-effect" doesn't seem to sit with the pin sharp modern looking model.

Anyway, gorgeous model caught in a nice pose.This is one of the best model shots in my relatively short time on the forum I've come across.
Phil1958 12 272 4 Wales
26 Apr 2009 10:46PM
Two excellent images
davidbailie 17 457 7 United Kingdom
28 Apr 2009 2:41PM
Like your work - very nice feel to your portraits

db
buddha64 11 4 United Kingdom
30 Apr 2009 3:56PM
Version 2 for me...
User_Removed 16 4 11 England
19 May 2009 9:30PM
V1 as the stronger colours tend to lend it to Geisha type ladies by adding more contrast to her skin tones.Sylv.
User_Removed 13 736 4
20 Jul 2009 8:27AM
Love the pic and the treatment. How did you do the treatment? I'd like to have a go on my 1930s shots from this week!
k_words 14 8 2 United Kingdom
8 Sep 2009 8:52AM
Brilliant !!!!!!!!
Terry

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