Great-grandmother

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  1. Robert Kaleta

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    Please tell me what you think about this one.
    This is my great grandmother, she's 90.

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    The picture is a bit flat looking colorwise. I think it might be better a bit flatter.
     
  3. Robert Kaleta

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    Erm what do you mean?
     
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    Try dropping the saturation by about 50% and then kicking up the contrast. It should bring out the subject nicely.
     
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    IMO, elderly subjects are always worth trying in B/W...gives more of an accent to their age. Here is an example...you might try with some various sepia settings as well...

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