Some indoor portraits.

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  1. voodoocat

    voodoocat ))<>(( Supporting Member

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    These are my nephews. Shot a roll of HP5. Including mom I had 2 assistants. This was hell to get photos of these two. Any time they sat still I ran off as many shots as I could before they moved.

    these are negative scans. Next week I'll be setting up the darkroom to print some.

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  2. vonnagy

    vonnagy have kiwi, will travel...

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    Nice portraits voodoocat! Cool that you took them in b & w. My favourite is the close up one, number 2, looks like you caught that one just in time its a magical shot of a child's innocence.

    What up with the hair in number one...hehe very cute, looks like he stuck his finger an electrical socket. :)

    All the shots look like winners! Thanks for sharing
     
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    The subject seems very charming, and you have captured that well. When I shoot portraits I try and "blow" out the skin tones, it may be something to consider when in the darkroom.
     

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