Family Portrait in gum Dichromate

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  1. windrivermaiden

    windrivermaiden TPF Noob!

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    This is actually a composite of several photos from this shoot by my better half. I think it still needs a little more cyan tones over all to make up for the yellow cast of the dichromate combined with the warm lighting inside the church. I am going to reprint this later in monochrome.

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    Jardine Family 20th Anniversary
     
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    That's great.
     
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    Somehow I missed this one! Did you ever add more cyan to it, Crystal? I agree it has some broad yellow tones - but I actually like it on this! It doesn't bother me at all.

    This is a very well done composite, too. I bet your clients were thrilled to get this!

    Another impressive print job - well done! :thumbup:
     
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    Yes I did add more cyan. And I liked the change.
    I have yet to deliver it. With that many kids, the mom doesn't have much time to make a coffee date. She has no idea it is coming. I can't wait to suprise her.:lol:
     

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