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An era away

By studioline
I tried to capture some of the essence of Holywood vintage style in this reduced tone photo.
Part of the series with my newest model.
Please look at this in the large version. Hopefuly you will appreciate it better. I did.

Thanks for viewing.

Tags: Black and white Portraits and people Flash and lighting

Voters: colmar, Imagephotographics, NevP and 22 more

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colmar 10 42 35 Scotland
2 Mar 2010 12:15AM
Captured well and ( to me ) looks like you have achieved it well, good eye contact too Colin

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2 Mar 2010 12:17AM
Beautiful portrait indeed, mono version for me !

saeidNL 8 3 Netherlands
2 Mar 2010 12:28AM
Excellent work .top.
TyChee 13 275 1 United States
2 Mar 2010 1:53AM
Nice work. I like them both.
johnnyboy114 9 231 106 United Kingdom
2 Mar 2010 7:32AM
Both works for me, but think I prefer V1.....its the warmth and the "vintage" look it invokes more in me I feel.....lovely, lovely light on her and a nice angle. Cracking shot
GregorP 13 4 Slovenia
2 Mar 2010 8:05AM
Stunning work here! Love it! Larger is better. Wink

sherring 10 46 13 United Kingdom
2 Mar 2010 9:44AM
V1 For me. Like it.

kaybee 14 5.8k 25 Scotland
2 Mar 2010 11:26AM
She looks like a young Diana Rigg in this.

I think the mono suits the pose, lighting and 'feel' better (especially as you are going for the vintage feel)
dusted 13 508 1 United Kingdom
3 Mar 2010 10:44PM
hmmm torn but I do feel the b&w as far more of that film noir magick about it

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