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    1. louys: 12 months ago | reply

      Marvellous mono

    2. photo_secessionist 12 months ago | reply

      This is really magnificent... one of those images that make me sit back and sigh. So many people today would have over-processed this and High-Defed it to death. A super example of how and why that is completely unnecessary if the photo is really good and the photographer talented! Brilliant, KK!!!

    3. Redzenradish Photography 12 months ago | reply

      Thanks Grant!
      Merci beaucoup!
      Thank you!
      Thanks so much Wes! You made my day!
      La ringrazio molto!

    4. arbyreed 12 months ago | reply

      Totally cool!

    5. Yvonne V 12 months ago | reply

      SERIOUS Photography!
      Thank you for sharing!
      *Flickr's Best - SERIOUS Photographers*

    6. Hysterical Paroxysm [deleted] 12 months ago | reply

      Wonderful work... it's almost like a sketch.

    7. Morningbird Photography 12 months ago | reply

      I love the way hair holds light. Great job on this!

    8. Maine Islander 12 months ago | reply

      great looks almost like silverpoint

    9. sswj 12 months ago | reply

      This very fine work ...

    10. Tommy from Stanley 10 months ago | reply

      A beautiful example of B&W portraiture. Lovely composition, fantastic use of light. I love the way your hair picks up any stray highlights, I like that. It's not too distracting from the profile beneath it and is quite like a scratch texture of sorts. I like the black backgrounds you use in a lot of your artwork, but more so in this. Really nice to have seen this, as it's always neat to find inspiration from others. Where I'm from in the north east of England, we don't say 'molto bella...', what we'd say is, 'it's the dogs bollocks...', or, 'it's the donkey's chopper...' ;)

    11. Redzenradish Photography 10 months ago | reply

      I'll take a "dogs bollocks" any day! Thank you for your comments!

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