Published: Tuesday 8th of July 2003 03:22:16 AM
You bet!Great composition and effect.
Marylou Hostetter, Ivo Bogaerts - It is an sand paper applied directly on a negative.
Pretty dark, very creative post production (either that or the lab you use sucks!). It's like you are seeing something you aren't supposed to see. A lost photo from years back.
its a very good picture, i really like it.
Igor? Is this sandwiching here, or is it really shot through the gauze fabric.. I love this photo.. You have always been one of my favorites. Keep em coming...
The textile makes she looks like having lepra. The pose I like, very erotic
It's very interesting.
This is really interesting work. I've never tried sandpaper on a negative--technique works very well on this shot!!
Igor, I've done the whole scratch the negative thing. Sandpaper does the job but sometimes it just leaves such consistent marks on the negative. If you're looking for more random marks use whatever you have handy that has an uneven abrasive surface. Its just my own preference to have the marks look less consistent and more random. If sandpaper works for you then go for it. On another note you have a wonderful portfolio.
Dissolution. Is this interesting?