Sepia times...

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  1. Furlock

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    Enjoy!


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    nice job. the photo looks aged :thumbup:
     
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    Hi, and thanks for looking. The thing is that this a result straight out of the camera, with the internal sepia preset. I used the external flash pointing to the left of the image (outside image). The thing was that there was no more space. The shot is taken within a party in a bar. A kind of miracle, and every time I look at the picture, I remember that there was no peace at all... and now look. I love this picture, partly because it shows me that there is peace even within the caos.

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    Nice "making-of" story here, Miguel, I like how - in fact - everything was crowded and noisy around you, and here we got a "still" ... all quiet, no motion, nothing.

    But the sandal works against the "aged look". It has velcro fastening...
     
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    Hi Corinna,

    thanks for your looking and your nice comment. I had a quick glance at your work, and I love the first shot of the actress in her role (spinning).

    On behalf of the velcro... I'll have a close look at the original, but I think it's leather (stitched)... hahaha... don't mind my stubborness, it's just that ALL you can see on the picture wasn't there when I took the shot, I mean I couldn't differ from the lamp or the telephone, when pressed by the crowd into the darkness of the bar. A lucky picture, and a very lucky Velcro, haha.

    Thanks again, and keep up with that good work!;)


    Miguel
     
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    I agree with Lafoto, everything make suchs a great pic but the sandal throws it off for me.
     

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