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    Katie

    This particular image was taken of my daughter a number of years ago. I always liked the picture and felt that it was one of the better ones I took of her, but the original was rather harsh. The Bromoil process helped remove the harshness of image and replace it with a representation more fitting.

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    Katie

    That's a lovely image, George. It has a nineteenth century feel.

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    Katie

    Remarkable image, wonderful atmosphere to it.

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    Katie

    A charming image.

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    Katie

    Earl is spot on, definitely a Victorian feel. A good example of why you save the negatives. Yesterdays "not so good" can become today's aha!!

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    Katie

    A beautiful and delicate portrait. I'd never guess it came from a harsh original.

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    Katie

    The light by which she was reading was totally blown out and there was nothing I could do about it. Bromoil allowed me to actually put some tonality there, allowing the image to focus on the intended subject. These days I would certainly scan the negative, correct it in Photoshop. then reprint from a digital negative.

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    george

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