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In the style of Frank Sutcliffe perhaps....

With trepidation I am posting a picture taken (illegally?) a few years ago of a group of children (semi-nude!) that I shot in Brittany and I thought that the scene suited a sepia tone. I like it a lot and though it was not taken with an Oly as it was B.O. (before I joined the Olympus camp). The camera was a Samsung V50, a great little camera which has been sent to the Retired Camera Cupboard . This will be the only non-Oly photo I will post!

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Re: In the style of Frank Sutcliffe perhaps....

Yes, I see where you're coming from, and indeed it is very evocative of Sutcliffe's work. A really nice composition.
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Re: In the style of Frank Sutcliffe perhaps....

Good picture.

Next, some beardy guy with a cork lifejacket, thanks in advance.
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Re: In the style of Frank Sutcliffe perhaps....

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Yes, I see where you're coming from, and indeed it is very evocative of Sutcliffe's work. A really nice composition.
Thanks Stephen. I must print it and hang it near some of Sutcliffe's photos I have, made from his original negatives. Though, perhaps not, as it would be an insult to his 19th century work.
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Good picture.

Next, some beardy guy with a cork lifejacket, thanks in advance.
Thanks Ulfric. I have one of Sutcliffe's taken from one of his negatives, albeit without a cork lifejacket but with a child on his lap. I shall try and find a lookalike down at the harbour!
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Re: In the style of Frank Sutcliffe perhaps....

Shouldn't be too hard to find a salty old sea-dog ... aaaarg.
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Shouldn't be too hard to find a salty old sea-dog ... aaaarg.
Here's one....

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Here's one....

Thanks Stephen, it's just what I wanted

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Stephen helped me find one!
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Re: In the style of Frank Sutcliffe perhaps....

But which is the old dog? Dibnah, or the wife coming up behind? (ducks and runs)
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But which is the old dog? Dibnah, or the wife coming up behind? (ducks and runs)
You tell me, heh, heh, heh, or is it the one behind the camera.
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You tell me, heh, heh, heh, or is it the one behind the camera.
You have a valid point there.
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