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My Gibson ES-175, known for it’s very warm and mellow sound… converted to a warm sepia. Shot through a 1930’s Ensign Ful-Vue 120 viewfinder camera using a Canon 40D.
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Hi Virginia, thanks very much
– Andrew Bradsworth
Nice..love the sepia on this.
Many thanks :-)
Wonderful, the tones are perfect for this shot. Great work :D
Thanks a lot Kitsmumma – I’m really liking the camera’s nice soft focus’ness ’round the edges…
Nice work, recently watched a video on the making of a MATON from trees selected in OtwaysGuitars are a work of art worth photographing.
Many thanks… now that would be nice to own a guitar from locally made timbers!
thank you… is nice to play too!
You do not disappoint this photograph is fantastic. As a guitar player this I appreciate.
Really really good,
Many thanks… it’s also a lovely one to play!
wonderful work Andrew!
Thanks very much John, much appreciated
A very personal shot. There is warmth and passion. I can tell the instrument means a lot to you. The way my grand is to me.
Many thanks Joe, yes it a special one, very nice to play. Without it, I’d be climbing the walls! ;-)
Andrew you’ve captured the warm and mellow sound of the guitar in this image…wonderful tones!
Hey Jim thanks very much ;-)
Many thanks :)