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    Reenactor in Sepia

    Sepia, vignette and slight gausian blur added for vintage effect...

    Reenactor in Sepia

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    Re: Reenactor in Sepia

    i do love this edit, because this edit gives it character and since its a reenactor it works

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    Re: Reenactor in Sepia

    good picture and PP!
    also the frame add a vintage effect!
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    Re: Reenactor in Sepia

    Looks good and you probably had a great time at the event. Did you shoot RAW? Even in JPEG you could probably bring some detail/light into the hat shadow area. In Situations like this a little fill flash goes a long way. Keep shooting and submitting.

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    Re: Reenactor in Sepia

    Well done, I like this one very much.

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    Re: Reenactor in Sepia

    Quote Originally Posted by Reynold Mainse View Post
    Looks good and you probably had a great time at the event. Did you shoot RAW? Even in JPEG you could probably bring some detail/light into the hat shadow area. In Situations like this a little fill flash goes a long way. Keep shooting and submitting.
    I shot in raw and used fill flash... The sun was qite contrasty...

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