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Vintage Sweet & Chic

I must admit that recently I haven't processed many images from my vast archives. And definitely I haven't done much portraiture work, traveling almost always means new photos of mountains, ocean, desert and rarely people. So for a change I felt like working on a series of portraits. These were taken in Malta three years ago with the pretty Simona, who gracefully and with a great deal of patience modelled for the series.

The images were mainly edited in Capture One with a few final touches added in Photoshop. I decided to go for a vintage, faded finish combined with strong grain emulating black and white film.

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