This antique high chair was from the 1800’s and after marveling at the piece my thoughts went to “There’s nothing here to keep the kid from falling out!” The chair was made to fold from being a chair into something a child could ride in. I guess I’m just too modern with my thinking about “safety” but haven’t a lot of us survived by eating, playing, wearing, riding, etc. things that would send today’s safety regulators into hysterics?
As this is an antique I decided to play up on that in editing. I converted the color image into black and white with a hint of a chocolate filter, added a sepia action to that, added a texture layer to age it some more blending it with overlay and multiply adjustment layers, and topped it off with a slight vignette. What do you think?
F2.8 – 1/320 – ISO100 – 50mm – LR & PSE editing