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    Between Darkness & Light

    I wanted to do something dramatic, lush, and a bit wicked, so I did a pretty heavy job on Elena's make-up (I do make-up for my models sometimes if I feel that they might not understand what I wanted). The session was in two parts; the first part is the dark and dramatic look I wanted--something that evokes the kind of shadowy intensity you feel from watching David Lynch films (any David Lynch fans here?), the second part is sensual and luminous-- the opposite of the darkness of the first part. Elena kept the same outfit on, and only changed her make-up for the second part (she did the make-up for the second part). It's really intersting how the different looks affects Elena's mood, and also changes the way I perceive her from behind the camera. It was an interesting exploration of duality.

    Here are some shots from the session:

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    BBCode doesn't like the character "&," so my images didn't show up here. But you can see them here instead: http://www.ethereality.info/ethereal...ss_&_light.htm


    Last edited by Lunatique; July 1st, 2005 at 12:11 PM.
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    That forum is locked, dude.

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    Ok, I fixed it.

    http://www.ethereality.info - The art, music, photography, and writings of Robert Chang.
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    I especially like the darkness shots. Very good play with light.

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    dark and light

    nice photos, good lighting and that in the dark ones but the light ones there's something about the backgrounds that I dislike, but thats just me, non the less good job on them

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    Try encoding & as
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    in URL's. It's how it's meant to be done anyway, according to the RFC in question.

    Great photos, BTW.

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