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    Mum and Daughter

    A rare formal shot for me. Grabbed in a rush - Becki was just leaving for a party. I think Becki has borrowed Mary or Katy's bike leather C&C much appreciated. This is not my normal fare but I inevitably get asked to do this sort of thing

    Mum and Daughter
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    So, which is which?

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    Ooh you charmer Chris, you will be WireVixens good books forever

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    Tell her she's aged quite nicely...you be a lucky man to have two beauties like thatin the same household.

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    Well, honestly, if you had swapped over the accessories (jacket, earrings, glasses) which tend to be markers to age, then I really couldn't tell much difference in age between them. Nice, professional-looking portrait too. And the B&W treatment suits.

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    Are you all trying to say I look old...

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    I thought they were sisters...

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    you be a lucky man to have two beauties like thatin the same household.
    Thats not the 2/3s of it I have another one (my eldest) but she is very camera shy

    then I really couldn't tell much difference in age between them. Nice, professional-looking portrait too. And the B&W treatment suits.
    Thanks Rob. I couldn't make my mind up between colour and b/w. It was one of those shots that was not conceived as b/w but on balance I think the treatment suits the shot. Using your conversion to Velvia method. I then applied an Ilford HP5 filter and tweaked from there.

    Are you all trying to say I look old...
    Ignore her. She is all cantankerous and ratty because she's hung over
    I thought they were sisters...
    You do realise I cannot win on this one. A photographers lot is not an easy one.

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    rob marshall

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    Quote Originally Posted by rebeccalouisephotography View Post
    Are you all trying to say I look old...
    We could meet you half-way?

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    Mary... or Lucy... either is fine with me. ;)

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    Steve, they are both beautiful and obviously the other third has to be just a beautiful. You are a lucky man... I'm thinking they are lucky girls.

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    Steve, they are both beautiful and obviously the other third has to be just a beautiful.
    Yep not bad for someone from the same gene pool as Mr Potato head. My eldest is certainly from the same mould. She is nearly 20 now and spends most of her time with her boyfriend (they go on holiday to Greece in a few days). She does not like Cameras being pointed at her though

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wirefox View Post
    Yep not bad for someone from the same gene pool as Mr Potato head. My eldest is certainly from the same mould. She is nearly 20 now and spends most of her time with her boyfriend (they go on holiday to Greece in a few days). She does not like Cameras being pointed at her though
    I like that!

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    Hungover? I have never been hungover in my short lived life....

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    Nice work Steve, knowing your daughter had the leathers on.....I figured the other was a school mate.

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    Very nice work they both look lovely

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    Thanks Kay and Paul. You do realise this will make my life hell. I already get enough stick because I will be pushing 50 in a couple of years....I fully expect pipe and slippers next Birthday

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    I'm glad this thread has come back around. I only had a chance to check in on things for a moment on Saturday. I'm happy to see Wirevixen. After all you've told me about her, she's risen to superhero status in my estimation. They must be pleased with this mother/daughter portrait. Everyone is telling the absolute truth about how lovely they are. The color - lighting - conversion - whatever is so smooth and beautiful. I'm glad you shared it!

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