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18 Mar 2013 7:50AM
Great shot!

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bluesandtwos 6 142 1 England
18 Mar 2013 9:14AM
Oh, how I love the Forties look. This is so well done too. Smile

Dave
parob 5 3 74 France
18 Mar 2013 9:17AM
Yes, well-done! Naturally colour gives it away, perhaps seat's cloth as well. But the look is there.Smile
lonely_oryx 8 61 54 England
18 Mar 2013 9:45AM
Superb use of the light
richmowil Plus
7 310 1 England
18 Mar 2013 10:01AM
Nice Image. I like it a lot!
ColinEJ 10 21 17 United Kingdom
18 Mar 2013 11:14AM
Beautifully done.

I would be tempted to lose the part of the window on the left, just to hold the attention on the main subject.
NDODS Plus
5 4.9k 125 United Kingdom
18 Mar 2013 11:59AM
A wonderfully recreated scene beautifully composed and illuminated. However I feel the processing is not in keeping with the era.

Nathan
18 Mar 2013 12:06PM

Quote:A wonderfully recreated scene beautifully composed and illuminated. However I feel the processing is not in keeping with the era.

Nathan



That's interesting because I purposely spend less time on processing to try and keep a more authentic look.
efactsphoto 4 8 3 Germany
18 Mar 2013 3:59PM
Great production!
Happy to add vote #30 Smile
johnjo58 6 2 5 United Kingdom
18 Mar 2013 8:42PM
Very beautiful Scott, great atmosphere
David
21 Mar 2013 7:31AM
I have added a variant with an aged look. I did consider a tighter crop but on reflection decided it would make the picture more like a portrait and much less like it was taken on a train. Keeping the edge of the window and seat makes it more like a candid picture which is how I wanted it to look.
parob 5 3 74 France
24 Mar 2013 12:39PM

Quote:I have added a variant with an aged look. I did consider a tighter crop but on reflection decided it would make the picture more like a portrait and much less like it was taken on a train. Keeping the edge of the window and seat makes it more like a candid picture which is how I wanted it to look.
Yes, you are right about the crop. Removing what earlier I considered contemporary colours helps finding the right atmosphere. Good show.

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