Portrait of inconsequential nature (S2)

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Irakly Shanidze
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janlu wrote:

a piece of art....
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Yes!

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yep ... great artistic flair and imagination!

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She moved didn't she? Still, it was your eyes that realized it's a meaningfull image. I like it very much.
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No she didn't. You have no idea how this picture was shot, right?
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In reply to Irakly Shanidze, May 8, 2012

Nice human shadow. That hair fringe makes it

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Irakly Shanidze wrote:

No she didn't. You have no idea how this picture was shot, right?

Right. How was it taken ? Thanks, N.

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Chiffon fabric was between photog and a model, lit with large octabox beyond the scene. We need to see it at full res!
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I love it.
Must be why I have come back to it a few times .
I still love it.
Well conceived and delivered Irakly.

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not that simple. in that case a facial profile would have been much softer
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In reply to Irakly Shanidze, May 10, 2012

Really good!

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