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The twentieth century of Lyza

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Not sure about the borders, but the second shot looks authentically old; the first less so, but is a great portrait.
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The first one is too sharp and no reputable woman would look into the camera that way back in the day. I agree with Bob, well done
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I like both!
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I like both too. They differ somewhat and I wonder if the second is an actual old photograph and the first an attempt to show the photographer?
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I like both too!
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Thanks for the comments and the visits
You are kind
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I did these photos in theater, my attention was addressed to the actress,However, simulating black and white photos of the early twentieth century is really a tough job.

ps.Actually frameless is much better.

Here's another photo.


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Lots of good portraits lately Francis - congratulations.

I like #1 very much. I'm guessing more than a couple of lights were used? Is that a shadow on her right eye?



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