Young violinist; 9 Sept 2012.
I’ve mentioned before that I’m fortunate in having four darling little girls in my life. Two are our granddaughters, the other two the children of friends. Yesterday we went to visit those friends, so that my wife could measure the kids for knitware that she is giving them for Christmas.
As is usual when I get together with these little ones, who are now aged 7 and 2, mayhem and anarchy reigned! Within minutes of arriving, I was down on my hands and knees on the kitchen floor, giving a ride to the two delighted and squealing monsters, and things just got better from there on in. But I have no aches or pains this morning – must be tougher than I thought!
And the family have a beautiful new cat, who seems to have a very calm and friendly personality.
Rather than high structure and contrast, I was looking for a softer, more delicate image here – something to suit a young girl bathed in window light. I’ve never used it before but the Gold Toner does it – the result is rather like a sepia tone.
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Technique: D700 with 105mm Nikkor lens; 1250 ISO; converted to mono with Silver Efex Pro 2, using the Gold Toner preset.