retro colonial shot

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  1. mysteryscribe

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    Cool! I love how much it really looks old!
     
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    Me to... I just posted a note on another thread about the antique road show and the civil war ear photos that show up there. It is the lack of midtones I think that makes them look old. All highlights and blacks. Anyway thanks I like them myself.

    Most of my stuff is show with every old lenses on very old camera frames. I definitely like the effect. Nice to find a type photography I like after all these years.

    I should have cloned the circle out. I expect that is my next project thanks for pointing it out. It is more visible here than on my computer
     
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    Nice, but what's that circle around her head?
     
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    ah you caught me. I don't use strobe light so when the faces are dark I lighten them like I would in a dark room however this time I got lazy and circled it and gammaed the one spot. I thought I hid it but you are too sharp for me.

    I'll have to do better nex time

    I should have cloned the circle out. I expect that is my next project thanks for pointing it out. It is more visible here than on my computer
     
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    Seriously thanks for pointing that out... is that better
     
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    no it's the exact same thing...
     
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    looks like shes got a space helmet on..
     
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    the white scarf thing is what they wore back then and yes it looks like that thing they put under the space helmets.

    and J you are right when I added the second one the first one was removed by the host. The first one had a halo of light around her head where I gammaed too big and error. Sorry I didnt realize the host corrected the first one to.

    Both are just as she looked at the time now. If i still had the one I screwed up on I would stick it back up so you could see what Santos was talking about.
     

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