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Memories of the walls 1

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I start my posting by this experimental picture. It is meant to be a series of similar pictures, so far have just few of them, some not in final state. I need serious feedback on this idea...

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raylaveau's avatar
That is very cool.. love it.
wadedoss's avatar
It's interesting but I like it
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DavidLawrenceProfessional Photographer
This is a fun concept to play with. I will pass along an idea I had which again is not new but can be used again and again. Have a body paint artist work up the model to blend in with your background. This produces a similar effect but requires a whole lot more work to produce. I may start my project with this next year. Enjoy...looking forward to seeing more....
LestatImage-Stock's avatar
Bravo!!!! Very Well Done.
American-Model's avatar
I really like this
BorisKafka's avatar
WOWOW! Excellent!!!
Pantaleao's avatar
I think it's almost perfect the way it is: the right amount of mimetism and tri-dimensionality that makes us look for borders at some parts of the image. The only thing I'd improve would be darkening the floor so that the pattern wouldn't be visible there; either that or making floor/wall division vanish completely.

Excellent composition! :+fav:
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jerrywhiteHobbyist Photographer
thanks, good suggestion.
Pantaleao's avatar
My pleasure! :D

Glad to be helpful somehow...

ps: it'd be fantastic having some of them as wallpapers (1280x800 would be great)... *hint* :lol:

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tlneasley Photographer
Hi Jerry,

This is certainly not a new concept, but each photog has his/her own spin to it, so its still fresh. I've played with it in film, using two negatives sandwiched together. I used a model shot against a black background and an underexposed texture of some sort. The texture is hidden in the areas of the black background and I burned in areas inside the model to my preference. You can see a couple of these results with these two links...[link] and[link]

As for feedback on what you have, I think the images would be more impactful if you bring out the model more. Both wall and model are the same contrast and makes the image flat. I think deepening the shadows around the model may help, but a more 3-D look of the model would be desired. I think dimension and texture is definitely a good thing. I wouldn't mind giving this a try in digital. I'm assuming you did this with overlapping layers of two images with adjusted opacity?

Did you have a different goal in mind?
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jerrywhiteHobbyist Photographer
thanks a lot for this, exactly the comment I needed. this is of course digital, but I will try to rework it as suggested.
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existentialdefiance Photographer
I think the idea was well-conceived and very well executed. The essential element is the dynamic positioning of the model - very fluid (in contrast to the hard stone).
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crifreeProfessional General Artist
very nice job!
slemas's avatar
Very artistic composition, nice job. I like sepia effect. Beautiful model!
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7oran's avatar
Great, great, great!:lol:
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reflectedgloryProfessional Photographer
very clever shot, and well executed. I'd love to suggest how to improve it... but I can't think of anything!
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