Napoleonic Era.

History Alive, Fort Lytton, Brisbane, Qld.

Faux-painting texture work.

David shoots commercial, corporate and family portraiture as well and nature and landscape images and covers many of SE Qld’s major events.

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  • Mel Brackstone
    Mel Brackstoneover 4 years ago

    Oh that’s cool. I haven’t gotten that far yet….still on alabama…lol

  • Doing a lot of pick-n-choose Mel. Much experimentation too, since unlike Nick, this texture thing is completely new to me.

    – David de Groot

  • Kym Howard
    Kym Howardover 4 years ago

    They certainly all look the part and your processing again makes for a wonderful nostalgic portrait

  • Thanks Kym. ’tis wonderful to have some really authentic looking subjects.

    – David de Groot

  • AllanNielsen
    AllanNielsenover 4 years ago

    I love it, have a similar one but from the other side I am doing tomorrow. Just finished the conquistador.

  • Yes I noticed you’d finished that one. I think from this one, I’ve learnt that a heavy hand is sometimes needed to get the desired effect. Previous ones have been more along the lines of “less is more” but they didn’t quite get there.

    – David de Groot

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