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      portrait of a young boy in black & white
      · Date: Mon, March 30, 2009 · Views: 861
      · Filesize: 190.9kb, 195.3kb · Dimensions: 1200 x 1800 �
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      Keywords: Stone, innocence, boy, portrait, black white, frac, people, male, portrait
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  1.   Wed, April 1, 2009 5:28am
    1. KHedquist

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      Registered: November 2005
      Location: Salt Lake City, Utah
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      Kay,

      I think you have a great subject and a good composition but I am not a big fan of the digital art. It seems to get in the way of what I think would be a wonderful portrait in it's natural state.

      Kevin

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      Kevin

      "You don't take a photograph, you make it." - Ansel Adams
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  1.   Wed, April 1, 2009 5:43am

    1. I agree with Kevin - this would be wonderful and have great impact in it's natural state.

      Sheila
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  1.   Wed, April 1, 2009 5:54am

    1. I think this looks quite good
      Maybe kay would give a rundown on the processing of this image

      I would like to see the original as i also think it would look good
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  1.   Mon, April 13, 2009 5:10am

    1. Basically all I did was apply the Redfield Fractalius filter with a low saturation setting. I've got the original on a disk and will look through and find it to post.

      Thanks for the feed back. It's always enlightening to see what other people think.
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