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Fresco Portrait   Featured in Digital Darkroom #019
Terry  R. Hatfield
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    Beautiful effects, Janet. Such a lovely model:-) I'm at a blank too for a title!

9/25/2004 7:57:38 AM

Laura Berman
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Hi Janet,
A lovely portrait and use of the effects. But, like you and Terry, I'm at a blank for a title.

9/25/2004 8:02:26 AM

Rob Friedman
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Great portrait. I really like the effects and colors ... however, I too have no idea for a title - "Lady in Orange"??

9/25/2004 8:50:42 AM

Donna J. Taff
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Great image, Janet!!!!!!!

9/25/2004 8:52:59 AM

Ellen Peach
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This is excellent, Janet ... bravo!

9/25/2004 12:44:52 PM

Stephen Zacker
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Very nice! I am assuming this is a SP from Terry's comment! :-) How about
"Thoughts" for a title

9/25/2004 3:30:46 PM

Dan J. Holm
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Wow! ... This is a hauntingly beautiful portrait, Janet!! I kept it full on my screen for a short while while I did other things and couldn't stop looking at it!! ... To me, this shot says a lot ... so why not call it, "A Thousand Words" ?

9/25/2004 5:35:25 PM

Deborah C. Lewinson
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Beautiful portrait with lovely effects and wonderful color, Janet. My title is "Beautiful Lady".

9/25/2004 6:22:14 PM

Alisha May Furbish
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I am a huge fan of the fresco - never tried it on people, though. This came out GREAT, I would call it Amber Lady, or Hues of Self ( is it you?:) ) Just my corny thoughts;)))

9/25/2004 8:10:17 PM

Wally Orlowsky
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Beautiful colors and effect, Janet. It has a sort of Modigliani look.

9/26/2004 5:20:06 AM

Brenda W. LaFleur
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This works, Janet. I like the use of the effect. Nice job!

9/26/2004 8:26:27 AM

Janet Detota
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Thank you all so much for your feedback! I appreciate it!!

9/27/2004 5:38:29 AM

Yogita Joshi

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She seems to have a "Say Something" look....

10/13/2004 12:56:41 AM

Susie Peek-Swint
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Cool work Janet ~ congrats on being featured in newsletter!

10/13/2004 12:56:52 AM

Rob Schwander

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Wonderful shot......dreamy and sensual. I'd call it Nuevo Lisa. Rob

10/13/2004 5:57:07 AM

Janet Detota
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Thanks so much, Yogita, Susan and Rob! I appreciate your comments and feedback.

10/13/2004 10:48:53 AM

Larry Cook

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Fabulous portrait, Janet. The colors are great. The model appears to look a little stunned. I would suggest the title: "Lost In Thought."
Larry C.

10/13/2004 11:04:52 AM

Mary K. Robison
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Turnabout's fair play... CONGRATULATIONS, Janet, on this being featured in this month's digital darkroom newletter!!
It's a wonderfully moody and mysterious portrait. I'd call it "Trapped in Amber." (Remember "Jurassic Park"? Guess that's a little too obscure a reference...oh, well.)

10/13/2004 1:15:13 PM

Hector Pasi

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Hi, Janet, I like your portrait very much. As to me it has something in common with the mistery of the famous Leonardo Da Vinci's Mona Lisa, why not call her "Mona Lisa 2004"?
Hector Pasi

10/14/2004 1:02:53 AM

Janet Detota
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Thank you, Larry, Mary and Hector! Stunned is a new one, but I can kind of see that now. I do remember Jurassic Park and the amber part is a bit fuzzy. Some fossil or something preserved in it? And the Mona Lisa actually has crossed my mind, Hector! :- LOL! I appreciate all your input!

10/14/2004 5:01:57 AM

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