The attempted portraits

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  1. manda

    manda instigator of pottymouthedness

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    Sorry these are so big
    I couldn't get into any programs to resize, apologies if they take a while to load.

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  2. Terence Yam

    Terence Yam TPF Noob!

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    The guy in the first photo looks that David Beckham to me~~ :lol:

    I like the third photo most! And the colour tone is just my taste~
    Nice shots!
     
  3. manda

    manda instigator of pottymouthedness

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    haha I'll have to tell him
    He'll be stoked :LOL:

    thanks :sillysmi:
     
  4. Dew

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    very interesting portraits, b&w works ...

    when u get the chance to use a graphics program, i'd probably add a tad bit more contrast or use some curves :D ... lovely photos
     
  5. manda

    manda instigator of pottymouthedness

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    thanks dewslip..is that allowed with film though? nukie and i were talking about that tonight.

    yeah i like the tone on this film
    its one of the newer kodak T Max ones
    i cant remember now
    im useless at this remembering speeds and apertures and films bit
     
  6. Dew

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    sure it's allowed on film ... their digital now :p ... im looking at them on my comp :D

    i think sometimes when u use film, then u scan for web .. they may loose some detail :?
     
  7. terri

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    Dew's right, Manda. What you may not be able to achieve in the darkroom, either for lack of darkroom experience or lack of darkroom itself, you can make up for with photoshop or paint shop pro, whatever, to punch up contrast or sharpness, whatever... simple adjustments. And then print on good quality photo paper and - poof! There's your "digital" image....

    Just a non-darkroom person's way of doing things sometimes..... that would be me! :wink:

    These are great shots, btw!
     

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