Category Archives: portrait

1950’s style portrait

In the 1950’s, because of technical issues with regards to accurate colour rendition in printing, portrait images were often printed using a sepia tone effect, or they were printed in duotone – in two colours such as sepia and another, … Continue reading

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Brooklyn Bridge

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Retro style portrait

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Derelict building

Still playing around with last years images. I love derelict buildings – some of them have a charm all of their own – especially with a pretty model to enhance the image.

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Hollywood style

I am still very much taken with the retro Hollywood style of portrait, and in attempting that style, here is one that I have created today from some images that I took last year. I am not quite sure what … Continue reading

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Retro Train

I love the retro feel and nostalgic emotions that vintage railways evoke, so it seemed to make sense to include someone with at least a neo-retro style. For a more pure retro feel I simply turned the image to a … Continue reading

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Night Train

This technique of mixing color and black and white can seem cliched these days, but it is a style that remains popular. In the end, there is very little that is new in terms of style and if it’s a … Continue reading

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