Soldier Blues

© Richard P. Lussier

Soldier Blues

Uploaded: April 13, 2007

Description

LBJ Library, Austin, Texas - BP Photo Shoot. They actually had a reddish yellow light on this soldier display, but I thought he looked blue, so with some white balance adjustment, I was able to bring his true feelings out...

Exif: F Number: 5, Exposure Bias Value: +0, Exposure Time: 10/40, Flash: flash did not fire, White Balance: manual white balance, Focal Length: 70mm, Camera Model: NIKON D70s

Comments

Nancy L. Green level-classic April 13, 2007

Wonderful lighting and tones in this my friend!! I really like the blue!! <>< #637416

Roger Bernabo April 13, 2007

Great WB manipulation for this wonderful image!! #4164384

Cassie L. Woodlee April 13, 2007

Great capture and tones Richard!!!!! #4164537

Richard P. Lussier April 14, 2007

Thanks for the encouragement that you gave me at the Library; I was trying to keep up with you all, the true talent! :) #4166040

Darryl Wilkinson April 18, 2007

Your composition and use of light sets it up perfectly for the effects you applied. Excellent work, Richard! #4184603

Richard P. Lussier April 19, 2007

Thanks Darryl, it's great to hear from you! Hopefully we can shoot together again someday; I really enjoy your company (and of course, watching the artist at work! :) ) #4187765

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