Grandpa

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  1. Stillwater

    Stillwater TPF Noob!

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    Sorry I've been posting so much, catching up on my photos now that finals are over. Here's one I snagged while taking some Thanksgiving family portraits for a friends family (oh and I must say free food is a wonderful payment :)).

    Converted from a 200 color film, sorry if the b&w is a little rough, I'm used to shooting with b&w, not converting.

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    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    While I see a certain tightness of frame around the man's chin and throat, all in all I feel this one. It shows a dear relationship from grandfather to granddaughter ... who, however, is a bit distracted by something ... a present for her over there?
    Conversion looks good to me, but I must admit that I am no expert on conversions into black and white, each photo I try to convert is an experiment for me.
     
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    Awwwww.....very nice!!

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    Yeah, this was just a quick snap and that was the best 5x7 crop i could find in the picture. Thanks though! I really like how it turned out.


    Thank you Artograph :).
     

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