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Old 04-13-2007, 09:04 PM
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Say a little prayer

She will be turning 90 end of the month. I asked her how she wanted to celebrate her birthday and all she wanted was to say a little prayer. This series is dedicated to her. Hope you like them.

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Old 04-14-2007, 07:01 AM
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#1 gets my vote
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Old 04-14-2007, 08:58 AM
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like the last. very good BMW conversion.
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Doc, splendid shots...No. 1 tops...
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Old 04-14-2007, 11:19 AM
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Thank you! I have so many keepers for this series that I am confused by them to know which is the best. However this has to be one of my fav among the coloured ones.


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like the last. very good BMW conversion.
Thanks QQ! It is sometimes strange why some shoots come out better in B&W. When I compared the coloured version against this particular B&W I somehow got attracted to this one more.


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Thank you so much Deric! Glad you like this one too.
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Very nice portraits, doc! Crisp and clear!
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How to post process the color, looks nice..
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Nice shots doc, but again the skin look a little too smooth for me.

Especially when it comes to old people, they don't have such peachy skin with no pores.

Perhaps it's neat image or similar, but for oldies, I'd lay off that step.

The respect of ages comes with the texture of their skin.

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I like the #3 shot most. Nicely framed.
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Old 04-14-2007, 05:22 PM
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Very nice portraits, doc! Crisp and clear!
Thank you Blur!


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Those who have gone thro' Manuel Librodo's workshop will know some of the basic steps. Believe me there are too many steps that were done to taste that it is difficult to describe them. Perhaps we can talk about it when we do meet.... Thanks!


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Nice shots doc, but again the skin look a little too smooth for me.

Especially when it comes to old people, they don't have such peachy skin with no pores.

Perhaps it's neat image or similar, but for oldies, I'd lay off that step.

The respect of ages comes with the texture of their skin.

Just my dua sen.
Your 2 sen noted. No Neat Image was used for the B&W though. Personally I am more interested in the "lines" (wrinkles) than the pores. This lady is IMHO perfect for photography where her face has some many features with their own characters. Like Krystal, it is difficult to get a bad image of her.


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I like the #3 shot most. Nicely framed.
Thank you Cavey!
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