Ian and the Dragon

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  1. EJBPhoto

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    Revisiting some photos and loved this with this conversion. Never used this photo before- I used the one with the bigger DOF, but I love this one so much more. I'm also editing and adding a few photos of his sister. Thanks for looking :)

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    Great shot
     
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    I love your portraits. Every single one of them is so incredibly unique and brilliant. The toning on this works excellently. Wonderful shot! :thumbup:
     
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    Thank you Heck!

    Thanks so much Emma :) That's an awesome compliment. I'll have to check out some of your work! :)
     
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    Very nice. I can't wait to see more. :)
     
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    The First is awesome, the third I wish to was mine, nice composition, actually I can't recognize what she is taking but it dosen't matter.
     
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    Erin, what do you mean by 'conversion'? Do you mean that you converted it to B+W?

    Great shots.
     

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