Being Boys

© Julie Abston

Being Boys

Uploaded: June 13, 2009


Applied topaz filter, converted to black and white and brought back a bit of color in PS CS3.

Exif: F Number: 4.5, Exposure Bias Value: 0.00, ExposureTime: 10/1250 seconds, Flash: did not fire., ISO: 250, FocalLength: 50.00 mm, Model: NIKON D200


Eric S. Rundle June 13, 2009

Fantastic work Julie Love the effects and perspective #1140830

Deon June 13, 2009

Julie, this is excellent work. Great tones. #7625752

Kim Kleinschmidt June 13, 2009

Fabulous image and effects, Julie! #7625978

Debra K. Johnson June 13, 2009

Love it! Nice work. #7625985

Mary Beth Aiello level-classic June 13, 2009

Great comp and expression, Julie. WOnderful work. #7626003

Vickie J. Jenkins June 13, 2009

I love this Julie! This reminds me of a very old snapshot I have hidden away somewhere. Love your gallery as well! #7626253

Pat Gamwell June 13, 2009

Superb work, Julie! Greeting card/calendar material for sure! #7626468

Julie Abston June 13, 2009

Thank you all so much! I really appreciate your kind comments!! #7627251

Jennifer Anderson June 13, 2009

This is adorable!! Where did you find the filter? I have to have it :) #7627453

Julie Abston June 15, 2009

Thank you, Jennifer! I saw this effect and had to have it too!! Here is where I downloaded it from... Thanks again!! #7631672

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