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ValSaxby Plus
10 144 United Kingdom
18 Oct 2012 11:59AM
Great Capture - full of character

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francisg 11 703 1 United Kingdom
18 Oct 2012 12:03PM
An excellent Portrait. The Black and White works very well.
18 Oct 2012 12:16PM
What an excellent work you have done on this portrait !! Great artistry and I love this Smile
DeSilver Plus
8 13 11 England
18 Oct 2012 12:19PM
Lovely portrait. Full of character and a lovely bit of processing. Smile


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jameswburke 13 13 Ireland
18 Oct 2012 12:30PM
Wonderful treatment of what was already a great shot. Almost like scraper board or woodcut. Did you do it in PS?
18 Oct 2012 12:47PM
Done in HDRtist Pro not PS
sut68 12 2.0k 76 England
18 Oct 2012 1:02PM
His name is Roger Barker and he's a cracking bloke!!!
18 Oct 2012 1:09PM
Wow!! Good old Roger Barker... I hope he doesn't mind being famous??
jameswburke 13 13 Ireland
18 Oct 2012 1:12PM

Quote:Done in HDRtist Pro not PS
Thanks for that - I'll give it a try... Wink
18 Oct 2012 1:42PM
Wow, it's like viewing it 3d! SmileSmile
18 Oct 2012 2:12PM
an initally very fine capture well worked and enhanced in HDR pleasure to view

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Briwooly Plus
10 452 5 England
18 Oct 2012 6:05PM
Three great shots of Roger and all have there merits but like the processing in V1

Brian,..........................
Wow great image. You have caught every wrinkle. A great transformation from original image!!
Coast Plus
8 1.6k 292 United Kingdom
19 Oct 2012 9:18PM
A gritty portrait of a gritty man with over 40 years service to a gritty business.

Roger is one of the finest gentlemen you could ever hope to meet and is very accommodating, helpful and interesting.

For me this is a little too gritty. It feels over processed to me although the idea is sound in conveying the features and life of this hard working Yorkshireman. Don't know if it is pulled back a little it wold have a more natural look to the portrait unless of course you intended to over emphasise the detail.

Also would have liked Roger with eyes to camera. Not sure what he's looking at and he looks a little bemused.

None the less it is an interesting portrait with a considered approach to the processing.

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