WAGeo: Never quite "got" Edward...Now Brett is another story! I always though both of their style of nudes were rather exploitive...
I think I want
"cabbage leaves conjure the voluptuous curves of a woman"
As my signature going forward....
Bless you for not writing "exploitative!"
Congratulations on your win with this beautiful image! - A.
What a lovely composition!
A Subset: This is stunning. My only complaint is the soda can in the bottom! I wish it weren't there.
Cool. Thanks for the info. Gorgeous image.
If you don't mind, may I ask what, if any, post processing you did to this? As I live in the desert it's hard for me to grasp all of that moisture in the air. The photograph is, as I said, simply stunning. I'm having a hard time imagining that this place actually LOOKED like that! ;) - A.
This is stunning. My only complaint is the soda can in the bottom! I wish it weren't there.
This is quite wonderful! :)- A.
STUNNING! That's all I have words for... STUNNING! - A.
scooby0068: OMG, I still have these things! I'm waiting for it to come back! lol In fact my 35 mm film loader still has Plus-X (125 ASA) in it!There was a certain romance about photography with the old time approaches, certainly less instant, certainly much less inconvenient, but it had a charisma all it's own that is frequently lost in my download/upload, instant red eye fix world. I miss that more and more these days.
I rolled hundreds of feet of Plus-X and developed it all in Accufine. My favorite film/developer combination. I never could understand what people saw in Tri-X! How about waterbath development of 4x5 sheet film in trays? ;-)