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post #76 of 7230
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Originally Posted by spertia View Post
Can you imagine what these guys would think if they knew that a bunch of strangers were Photoshopping the colors of their outfits and then re-posting them on a message board?

It's just minor tweaking for my personal preferences. Both the older gentleman and Luca looked very nice to begin with. I especially like Luca's coat.
post #77 of 7230
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Originally Posted by gdl203 View Post
That faffooffing is FAIL. Original was better, especially the purple scarf

Purple is always FAIL.
post #78 of 7230
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Originally Posted by mafoofan View Post
Purple is always FAIL.

The boy with the thorn in his side,
Behind the hatred there lies a murderous desire for love.
post #79 of 7230
I heard they are the bestest of friends.

But I'm afraid you ruined it for me. Only the gloves look slightly better,
post #80 of 7230
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Originally Posted by mafoofan View Post
Purple is always FAIL.
Your one shoes are purple, sort of.
post #81 of 7230
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Originally Posted by gdl203 View Post
Your one shoes are purple, sort of.

I prefer to think they are a very deep bluish-red.
post #82 of 7230
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Originally Posted by mafoofan View Post
More calling shots from the stands:



I happen to hate purple myself. So I de-purpled Luca here by making his scarf a dark red and his gloves more blue-blue. I muted the blue in the tie and increased the contrast. The hat is darker. I'm supposing a lot of you guys will find this too match-matchy.

Part of what makes this look successful (or not, depending on taste) is the vibrancy of the colors, which also plays into the startling intensity of his eyes (could be contacs?). By muting the colors, you are diminishing the wearer's intentions, imo.
post #83 of 7230
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Originally Posted by AJL View Post
Part of what makes this look successful (or not, depending on taste) is the vibrancy of the colors, which also plays into the startling intensity of his eyes (could be contacs?).

I still think this is digital color saturation. Almost looks like a colorized black-and-white.
post #84 of 7230
Foo, my I suggest for you:
post #85 of 7230
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Originally Posted by DocHolliday View Post
I still think this is digital color saturation. Almost looks like a colorized black-and-white.

That's possible. I dislike digital photograps for this reason. Everything looks brightly coloured and everything looks in focus, in those. Too much so.
post #86 of 7230
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Originally Posted by triniboy27 View Post




Love the first 2 looks, posted the third as it's forum favourite Luca Rubinacci.

Maybe I am just sexually frustrated, bitter, and angry, but he sort of looks like a douchebag in that photo.
post #87 of 7230
Yes
post #88 of 7230
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Originally Posted by AJL View Post
One needn't be a peacock, nor a runway model to appear well-dressed.

Who said that was the case?
post #89 of 7230
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by gdl203 View Post
That faffooffing is FA-FAIL.

FTFY
post #90 of 7230
in my opinion rubinacci looks rediculous. The latest post of the gentleman in the hat does not...
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