Last week, I did 34 headshots of the cast and crew of “Grease,” the fall musical being put on by The Girl Child’s theater arts department (she’s been cast as Sandy, thanks for asking. LOL Another step towards her career treading the boards, as they say.)
The request was for the headshots to be in color, so, of course, I complied. But, once the job was done, I got to thinking of my own headshots back in the day and of the great black and white shots you always saw back in the old days. I miss those. So, I did a second set. In black and white. I’ll share both shots of The Girl Child here. Let me know what you think. First, the color:
I’m pleased with how these came out, of course, but then I had to create a set of black and whites. Old Hollywood! The Girl Child as a 1930s starlet! LOL Which is right up her alley, anyway.
I don’t know which I prefer. The Hubs, like I said yesterday, think all portraits should be in black and white and all landscapes in color. The Girl Child likes the black and white. I don’t know. What do you think?
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