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ady bailey



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PostSubject: Early Portrait   Sat Feb 02, 2013 9:27 pm

In the olden days when life was in Black and White, it was a tradition to have a photographer to come to the house and take a number of photographs of the children, firstly when babies when you were plonked on the sideboard and dressed in best romper suit, then again a few years later. This photo is one of a number taken 1963..ish... of me and my brother. the cutains were used a back drop and arm of the sofa was used as a perch, I have no recollection of the lighting used (if any).....what do you think?.....and what would be done differently today?
My hair ( I am the oldest ) was a curly mop and was combed into submission for the pictures and we were paraded in our sunday best. Not very true portrayal of reality.

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PostSubject: Re: Early Portrait   Sat Feb 09, 2013 5:44 am

Judging by your avatar you look like you are wearing well , you must of had a good paper round.. Did you scan your B&W or take a snap
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PostSubject: Re: Early Portrait   Sat Feb 09, 2013 7:21 pm

Thank you for that comment Mike, but, don't even think about enlarging the avatar Rolling Eyes
A few years ago I took every photograph in the house and took to scanning them all so I could parcel them up and put them in the loft and still have access on the Computer. It took and age because I wanted them at as high resolution as possible. lets hope I won't have to transfer them to another media format in a hurry.
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