Published: Monday 5th of April 2004 09:33:35 PM
Thanks David. It's really a play on angles, direction and intent. Just a frozen moment in time. Interesting comment about the differences in style though. I think that it may be partly the case because the models themselves differ so much. Some need a romantic or sensitive approach, whereas others a more aggressive one. You can't possibly make them all look the same. There is a kind of abstract quality to this model which will become more evident when I post more pictures of her. You never really know what she is doing and why she is there .. It reflects her personality. Here she is again .... same thing ... http://www.photo.net/photodb/photo?photo_id=671439
Dam John, Your photos are all very good. I have noticed you still use film exclusively, which I appreciate. How do you scan your negatives? The digital images are always very good. Thanks for the info
John, go digital. It will blow your mind. There's nothing like it. Borrow a good digital SLR camera for a day and see what I mean.
Excellent image. Black and white toning is excellent. Warm Regards, Howard
Hello Stephen. Actually, I scan my prints not the negatives.
Nice cropping... :)
Beautiful B&W !
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