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canongirl08 11 18 United Kingdom
13 Mar 2007 1:56PM
Wonderful capture
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regards
chelseak

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cantona43 Plus
11 924 4 England
13 Mar 2007 1:58PM
This is a stunning portrait very well captured magazine material
neil
mutley68 10 11 United Kingdom
13 Mar 2007 2:02PM
Great expression - well captured
Briwooly 10 452 5 England
13 Mar 2007 2:11PM
Great portrait Judith what a expression the title is spot on

Brian...............
BrianSS 9 383 38 England
13 Mar 2007 2:15PM
Wow, that's one hell of a portrait. Sharp as a button too.
What lens did you use?
Jaye 10 3
13 Mar 2007 2:26PM
Thanks everyone for the positve remarks after getting splattered last night.Guess there is always one around..Constructive criticism and suggestions are always welcome nasty negative remarks are very different..

.Used my 18-70 Lens at the 70 end,iso 200 at f4.4/
Judith
mickf1 10 2 England
13 Mar 2007 2:44PM
Love the expression, well captured candid.
Mick
AlanBW 10 20 England
13 Mar 2007 3:39PM
Brilliant image, very well captured - love the eye contact
Rock Plus
14 10 2 England
13 Mar 2007 4:17PM
This must be the face that launched a thousand ships and they all sank !

It's good to see you back and still have a eye for a good shot !

Rock
Barbaraj 9 450 England
13 Mar 2007 4:45PM
An aging face with a pout. Thank you.
You've captured some wonderful features here, Judith.....His character is beaming....Brilliant!

Cheers and hoping all is well with you, great to see you back.....Smile
Lotsa Hugs,
Suzan Smile
tull 13 181 United Kingdom
13 Mar 2007 7:30PM
Cracking character study Judith packed with detail and textures.

Mark.
Malc_V 10 England
13 Mar 2007 7:42PM
Magnificent portrait.

Malc.
DP_Imagery Plus
11 24 6 Wales
13 Mar 2007 8:54PM
Oooh that's a superb character portrait - what a lady and what a great hair-do. You've really caught a grand expression there. Nice one Smile Bruce
thorn 12 124 2 Scotland
13 Mar 2007 9:04PM
Hi Judith,
A fantastic character portrait,excellent expression,detail,textures and presentation.Superb work.Take care.AnnSmile
GeorgeRusky 10 1 4
13 Mar 2007 9:42PM
HI Judith
Interesting portrait.
When I saw your name I thought I was dreamingSmile
Thank you so much for visiting my PF!
Chers
George
13 Mar 2007 11:41PM
i love this......the hair, the face, the expression, the lines & wrinkles & most of all that stern expression!!! Certainly made me laugh. Great shot.

Dee Smile
bliba Plus
10 2 Austria
14 Mar 2007 9:17AM
a good portrait...very well cought

nice to see you posting again


ollie
Paul_cats 10 61 22 Scotland
14 Mar 2007 1:54PM
And the name of the hair stylist is......??
Paul
gajewski Plus
12 10 9 United States
14 Mar 2007 3:32PM
Glad to see you back. This is a great portrait of a very interesting face. Good job on keeping the detail in the white hair without blowing out the highlights. -=Walter
glazzaro 11 70 23 United States
15 Mar 2007 3:47AM
She does have character, nice shot, Spot on! Click!!!

Greg
Jaye 10 3
15 Mar 2007 4:36AM
Thank you all for your comments I would loved to have asked her how old she was but didn't know how..It makes me think that the theory of where we are all descended from might perhaps have some merit...lol...Judith
clevercloggs 12 237 2 United Arab Emirates
15 Mar 2007 5:45AM
good portrait, great hair do. The wrinkles in the face tell a story of a hard life and the pout tells that she cannot be taken for a rid easily methinks.

Good colours too.

Are you happy with that D200?
I am thinking of getting one too although my d70 is still fine.
TommyStr 10 9 3 Norway
15 Mar 2007 7:17AM
Very good. Would love to see it in bnw
Tommy
15 Mar 2007 12:00PM
for a day I was happy with that D200 :o)

but I was taken... so was she... it couldn't last :o(

;o)

Good one Judith. Don't remember having seen that one.
I'm looking forward to the day Che will have such a weathered face full of wrinkles and eternal wisdom

(oops, my nose just grew longer ;o)

welcome back !
iajacks 11 24 England
20 Mar 2007 12:53PM
a face with great carictore, may be a good B&W,

spot on ian
John_Humphreys 10 69 2 Ireland
26 Mar 2007 9:36PM
What an amazing face! Great picture Judith. John

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