The Foreman

By chase
Originally one of the Steampunks from the Lincoln festival a couple of years back.
Revisiting a few old files with a slightly different method of processing......in the light of me having nothing new to offer at the moment Sad
The bg is taken from one of my urbexing days out.

I wanted this to be dark & gritty with a slightly 'over processed' look to it.

Thanks for taking the time to look/comment.
Janet xx

Tags: General Man Old Digitally manipulated Portraits and people Steampunk

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Comments


Richsr Plus
8 90 219 England
28 Jan 2014 7:32PM
Well worked here Janet, good blending and textures tones/
Just wondering if it is worth darkening down the top of the chair in the background as one seen takes the eye.
just a suggestion
Regards Richard

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chase Plus
10 1.1k 246 England
28 Jan 2014 7:38PM

Quote:Just wondering if it is worth darkening down the top of the chair in the background

Could be Richard,the window was just to the right of the chair ( rather mucky) & was the only light source,if I darkened it then maybe that light would be lost.I guess it's a shame the window isn't in the frame Sad
tomcat Plus
10 6.4k 15 United Kingdom
28 Jan 2014 8:02PM
You never fail to turn out a corkerSmile

Adrian

PS Maybe see you at Barnack in the SummerWink
chase Plus
10 1.1k 246 England
28 Jan 2014 8:05PM

Quote:Maybe see you at Barnack in the Summer

Could be a possibility Adrian...could be Wink

Thanks guys.
Janet xx
Paree 10 616 3
28 Jan 2014 10:16PM
amazing

love it

paree
Irishkate Plus
5 33 91 United Kingdom
28 Jan 2014 11:07PM
Excellent portraiture - did you blend two images or do a cut out?
So well done it is seamless.
KateGrinGrinGrin
TyChee Plus
11 269 1 United States
29 Jan 2014 12:51AM
Excellent processing.
Ty
29 Jan 2014 12:55AM
an astounding portrait.. shouting aloud the personality and character.. cherished and respects a life lived with poise, honor and dignity..
and everything else is aesthetic and well worked out and processed..
a portrait of the highest order..
User_Removed 2 10 4 United Kingdom
29 Jan 2014 3:31AM
This guy has a cheeky smile and a character that sings with personality

Di
LesF Plus
9 182 9
29 Jan 2014 6:55AM
You do pick / find some great characters, a very fine image this Janet, well faffed with.


LesF
gcarth Plus
11 2.4k 1 United Kingdom
29 Jan 2014 9:08AM
The usual superb quality of image and interesting character study found in so many of your pics. I always love the painting effect you create in your photos and the excellent lighting.

Garth
CaroleS Plus
5 361 3 United Kingdom
29 Jan 2014 11:29AM
He has such a twinkle in his eyes - a great capture by you and love the processing too.
SlowSong Plus
7 5.8k 29 England
29 Jan 2014 3:55PM
He's a mighty fine looking gent with a twinkle in his eye. Superb processing.
x
Catching up after a week without pc. Good to see one of yours Janet. Highly accomplished as ever. What's 'urbexing' I wonder??
Rende Plus
8 38 4 Netherlands
7 Feb 2014 2:04PM
Striking portrait; beautifully processed.
Rende

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