Published: Saturday 16th of February 2008 10:14:51 AM
I like this, a very creative idea to frame her with an other picture Nice play with light and shadows and the model looks great. Best regards Tore
Very good idea and excellent use of light!
Daniel Henrik Hogal
for art.. I love when somebody has an own way of thinking really nice one: Daniel from Hungary
I'm not sure what to say about this other than I like it. Well done.
Of course I know what you mean Jim .. I was laughing at myself ... many thanks, John On a different subject. I was looking through a book by Man Ray yesterday. I just cannot figure out why every image just pops out of the page at you ... quite extraordinary ..
Ok, let's be straightforward about this .. I know as much about PS as about driving a train. I saw some pictures by Newton in which he incorporated some posters in a self portrait and I tried it .. by chance it came out here looking more or less ok .. :-)
Original idea.Perfect work.Regards.
Very stylish and original work,John.
Is that a reflection looking at a mirror ? It's feels flat and I can't see if it's a poster or reflection :) Very creative work , I like it
John, Nice texture and the presentation. Interesting composition from you. Like it.
Ha ha .. I am in non way comparing the work Jim, I just tried copying the panel in the picture effect .. thanks for passing by.
John, I assume you are talking about Newton's self portrait. This image is significantly different from Newton's because 1) The photographer is not in it, and 2) Your image is much less "cluttered" than Newton's. While it may have been your inspiration, these two images are very different. But both are very good. Jim
Sweet and sensual... Of course, the photo is very interestingly framed, and the model is gorgeous. I like how her face look down and her frontal plane is on sideway; it conveys a feeling of shyness and she's reflecting upon her internal thought. Very neat, John.
Sky-high originality and excellent final result.Compliments, Chris
John, I was pointing out that while Newton's work was the inspiration, this is by no means a copy or an imitation. It stands by itself as an art work, independent of the inspiration. I don't think either of us were trying to compare this to the original. Jim Phelps
Very original work, great one John. Alberto