Reflections of Childhood #1

© Donamari T. DAndrea

Reflections of Childhood #1

Uploaded: June 24, 2006

Description

Natural light, f 1.8, 1/125, ISO 250, converted to Sepia using Nikon Capture, Ron Nichols Camera Difussion action...

Comments

Lavone Vannoy June 24, 2006

Wow! Very unique!! What effects did you use to create such a beautiful work? This is really awesome! I love it..BRAVO!!!

Lavone' #471397

Donamari T. DAndrea June 24, 2006

Actually, it's pretty much all listed above... I did mask out the reflected face and the face contour for more definiation and burned in the reflected face just a tad, but other than that, I got the reflection in the original capture.
Thanks for the kind words! #2946332

Daniel Diaz July 28, 2006

Well look who I tracked down, all the way over here!! Beautiful photo and gallery Donamari, thanks for the kind words at the cafe!! I'll be looking for your work here now also :) #3095418

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