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Posted By: K McCall, 09-05-2015, 10:05 AM


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09-05-2015, 05:47 PM   #2
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Someone must be a fan of Hugo's Les Miserables... Good portrait.
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I like how delicate your approach is. Beautiful portrait.
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A 19th century child caught on camera. Nice, subtle lighting and it seems to reveal something about the character of the child like a good portret should.

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QuoteOriginally posted by Auzzie-Phoenix Quote
Someone must be a fan of Hugo's Les Miserables... Good portrait.
Indeed! I have a portrait of my daughter in this same style and called that one "Eponine." Thanks!

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A 19th century child caught on camera. Nice, subtle lighting and it seems to reveal something about the character of the child like a good portret should.
Some portraits just seem to ask for a certain kind of post-processing. I'm glad you liked it!
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Really good!
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Really nice portrait, nice processing and I especially love the hat.
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Very well done. A timeless photo that he'll still have saved somewhere when he's an old man. Great shot!

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Beautiful shot, Keitha. Love the muted tones. You have a handsome young man there.
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A very good period portrait nicely done.
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Thanks, guys! He cut three molars last week, so the smiles weren't exactly forthcoming. But he's back to his cheery self this week. And while the photos may not be as moody, I'll take the smiles
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Beautiful portrait and great expression! You really captured a very great image of this kid! Good work!
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