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Unidentified woman resize edit
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The Library of Congress Unidentified woman I claim no rights to this image just the colorization. Title [Unidentified woman] Contributor Names C.M. Bell (Firm : Washington, D.C.), photographer Created / Published [between 1873 and ca. 1916] Format Headings Glass negatives. Portrait photographs. Genre Portrait photographs Glass negatives Notes - Title devised by Library staff. - Date based on span of years of C.M. Bell Collection. - Negative number assigned by Library. - Gift; American Genetic Association, 1975. - General information about the C.M. Bell Collection is available at http://hdl.loc.gov/loc.pnp/pp.bellcm - Temp note: Batch 52. Medium 1 negative : glass ; 5 x 7 in. Call Number/Physical Location LC-B5- 800430 [P&P] Source Collection C.M. Bell Studio Collection (Library of Congress) Repository Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division Washington, D.C. 20540 USA http://hdl.loc.gov/loc.pnp/pp.print Digital Id bellcm 24229 //hdl.loc.gov/loc.pnp/bellcm.24229 Library of Congress Control Number 2016711667 Reproduction Number LC-DIG-bellcm-24229 (digital file from original)

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::tigger3
09/30/17 12:07 AM GMT
Yes it is perfect! tigs=^..^=
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::ryzst
09/30/17 12:41 AM GMT
Another lovely treatment Rob. They really went in for the long, meaningful gazes in these portraits, didn't they? Not quite the thousand-yard stare of combat vets, but pretty close. And a lot of the skin texture just wasn't caught in many of the original shots. It gives these new versions of yours kind of an alabaster, or marble statue kind of vibe. Or a ghostly one. I'd also like to see what you could do with the American Depression era photography of Dorothea Lange, especially Migrant Mother. That one might be too raw for this series, or iconic to mess with, but there's a trove of other great photos out there, just waiting to live again with your skills.
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.Starglow
09/30/17 12:44 AM GMT
Soft looking and beautiful, great job.
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::corngrowth
09/30/17 8:37 AM GMT
Rob, with your perfect way of editing/colorization, you've given this 'unidentified woman' - but to me a natural beauty (without artificial tricks like botox lips, and so on) - a second life. Hardly to believe that the original photograph was already taken between 1873 and about 1916. The natural tint of her skin now could make us believe that she was photographed yesterday!
Another perfectly done job, and a very valuable addition to your great series, my friend!
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::LynEve
09/30/17 11:39 AM GMT
Beautiful work again.
To me, she looks a sad lady
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.elektronist
10/01/17 10:48 AM GMT
Nice work and result Rob.
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.icedancer
10/11/17 10:39 PM GMT
Gorgeous work and her skin looks like silk - your work never stops amazing me my friend
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