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A Timeless Glance
  Timeless Glance
Timeless Glance
© Justin E. Carrasquillo
Cathy M. Gromball
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member since: 9/27/2002
    This is so awesome Justin. How did you get the top of the image to blur out that with a focus on the child? Very cool. The sepia tones are perfect.

Cathy :)

10/12/2002 1:20:30 AM

Stephanie Adams
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member since: 10/17/2001

Very cool indeed! Do you also have an image without the blurring? I would love to see it both ways! Great job and good luck!!

10/12/2002 1:57:36 AM

Heather K. McFarland
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member since: 12/28/2001

Love the "feel" of this image, and the childs expression is priceless!

10/12/2002 8:51:02 PM

Bill McFadden

member since: 12/30/2002

Looks like infrared film to me...The sepia toning is essential to making this image work, I believe. I suspect a soft focus filter with a center "hole" allowing sharp focus was used. how close am I to the truth, Justin?

Justin E. Carrasquillo

member since: 10/11/2002

To do this I used Ilford high speed film, with vaseline on the lens. ( used a uv filter) I then Lith Printed the image w/ a European brand paper that gave it the warm tone.

glad ya guys liked it; it's my "money" shot
justin carrasquillo

Charlotte English
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member since: 9/2/2002

Awesome photo Justin. Very creative! I love the "ghostly" feel of this image. The Sepia tones are a nice compliment. Great Job!

Carrie E. Taylor

member since: 8/20/2004

I thought I was the only one that resorted to vaseline on the lens... LOL :) well until I started buying filters... Love the feel and technique! Great job - Care

8/26/2004 2:51:32 PM

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