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I'm trying to get a good close in look Martin and discover just how you managed to keep him separated from the dark background. Is it just a gentle and careful dodge around the hat?
The rest is so cleverly done it becomes difficult to understand as a photo, the mind insists that it looks as good as any oil painting in a gallery!
14 May 2010 6:36pm
@Curly: Thanks curly, yes I ran into a wee bit of a prob at the hat, the original background is a wooden window blind ,with light shooting through each crack. So I started cloneing it and the bandaid icon. (can't) think of the name... to break up this background. It bled off of the hat and thus that smear look. Was holding u wouldn't notice . ):
that original background sounds like a pain to get rid of, but you did a bang up job!!!! old eagle eye curly doesn't miss a trick!! great portrait martin....you find the most interesting folks!!!
14 May 2010 10:09pm
Love you PP Martin here, adding a lot of softness to this portrait. What a character ! Far West is not that far (thanks to you). :-)
15 May 2010 4:55pm
I don't mind the cloning smear since there is a general softness to the portrait anyway, so it's great as usual Martin. I'm quite curious about that original background though, didn't fit with the portrait?
16 May 2010 4:27am
Another of your classics bringing us all back in the Wild Wild West. Very cool !
16 May 2010 8:44am
Amazing portrait , Martin :)
16 May 2010 8:45pm
Your portaits are so timeless, I´m always amazed by your work.
19 May 2010 10:13am
22 May 2010 5:01pm
Beautiful portrait, great color.
25 May 2010 4:07am
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