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Katie - 1

By JohnHorne  
Katie is a friend-of-a-friend who is starting out on her acting career. She asked me to take some photographs for her portfolio and this is one from the set that she selected.

Shot on colour negative film and converted to black and white using channel mixer.

Tags: Black and white Portraits and people

Voters: SandyMiller, Trev_p, claret and 18 more

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User_Removed 10 398 6 United Kingdom
2 Jan 2007 12:18PM
Very nice - like the lighting and the pose.
well done
happy new year

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dark_lord Plus
12 1.8k 329 England
2 Jan 2007 12:35PM
Agree with Neal. A good conversion job. The arm of the chair is my only concern albeit minor.
JohnHorne 11 1.0k
2 Jan 2007 12:42PM
Thanks Neal and Keith.

There is no chair arm. Are you referring to the bright area at the lower left ? That's her belt, which I made a point of toning down as much as I dared, but I take your point.

GregorP 11 4 Slovenia
2 Jan 2007 2:13PM
Beautiful portrait shot.Good use of light.

rontear Plus
13 8 8 England
2 Jan 2007 2:19PM
Interesting portrait, thoughtful and inquistitve. One for the portfolio John. Ron.
bliba Plus
10 2 Austria
2 Jan 2007 2:55PM
a wonderful mono portrait
Classic pose, but a beautiful portrait. Excellent use of light. Well done! Ovy
lensmonkey 10 22 United Kingdom
2 Jan 2007 4:27PM
Great portrait. Sharp, well lit and a nice positioning.

JohnHorne 11 1.0k
2 Jan 2007 4:47PM
Thanks guys - glad you like it.
bricjen 10 United States
3 Jan 2007 8:12AM
Great portrait and nice lighting. She is really pretty!
SandyMiller 10 932 United Kingdom
8 Feb 2007 9:47AM
She is indeed very pretty - I really like the softness of this. Its a great natural portrait.
mr g 12 403 3 United Kingdom
29 Mar 2007 7:30PM
Very effective in B&W. Well lit and created


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