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Cowboy portrait

This guy has been featured by me before but this is a different shot. It was taken in March 2007 in the Nevada desert outside Las Vegas. The lighting is very warm as it was just after the sun had fully risen that morning.



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Re: Cowboy portrait

I remember this chap .... a real happy looking guy with lots of character.
I bet he was really interesting to chat to.
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Yep, he was very pleasant indeed and very photogenic!

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Re: Cowboy portrait

Here's our western friend again, looking rather wistfully towards the east:



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Re: Cowboy portrait

Oh Ian ... get rid of that character on the left in modern dress
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Re: Cowboy portrait

Ooooh - didn't see him!

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PS Was too busy cloning out stuff in the bottom right corner
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Re: Cowboy portrait

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Ooooh - didn't see him!

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PS Was too busy cloning out stuff in the bottom right corner
He must have seen the camera.

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Re: Cowboy portrait

I'm so glad I found these works! Soon I will have the same photo session, it will inspire me, thank you!
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Re: Cowboy portrait

Interesting thread. Haven't seen this one. Bit before my time.
But I like this character.
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It looks like a photo shoot for a magazine, is it true?
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Re: Cowboy portrait

I cant answer that for you.

Hopefully Ian will see this thread and answer for you.
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Re: Cowboy portrait

I also hope so, because it is very important for me. Maybe Ian will share some tips with me!
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Re: Cowboy portrait

Ian's a technical writer, editor etc. He writes for various photography and technical magazines, technical reviews etc

Here's his linkedin .... Ian Burley

https://www.linkedin.com/in/ian-burl...rience-section

You can also PM him. Hope that helps.

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You are so kind, thank you! I plan to do photo editing and would like to know if it's better to use photoshop? Can someone else help me)And maybe I'll need such things first - REMOVED LINK
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Re: Cowboy portrait

Some how I just knew this thread would end up full of SPAM.
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