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jamner
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Dec 31, 2006 14:57 |  #1

I was trying something different with some photos of my daughter...what's the opinion on this (desaturated and then film grain added), does it work or not?

Thanks for looking.;)

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Dec 31, 2006 18:33 |  #2

Looks like an old print ad.

It's not something I prefer, but if it works for you then that's all that matters.


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Jan 01, 2007 10:34 |  #3

The beads are still so crisp while everything else is grainy.

I love grain so I am biased when I say I like it :)




  
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Jan 01, 2007 12:18 |  #4

Maybe a bit too much. I would try to back off a little.


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Jan 01, 2007 15:07 |  #5

It's a good photo, but I'd prefer the grains on a bw version...


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Jan 01, 2007 15:58 |  #6

im with Flyonthewall, anout B/W
james...


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