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J / with bagnino in 2009

c5d + zenitar 16mm diagonal fisheye

I post more stuff here [mature content might be present]:
- and You can spot me on facebook, flickr, twitter, myspace,, modelmayhem as well...

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Drew-Hagen's avatar
Cool!! Great image!
planetwaves's avatar
Great shot, interesting use of the fisheye! I love your work. :)
MichalTokarczuk's avatar
Thank you, your words means much, especially under this piece.
gold-rose's avatar
you have been featured in my journal: [link]
gold-rose's avatar
you're welcome :aww:
wow, what a fabulous eyecatcher!

composition, model, light and afterwork
... everything is perfect here!
mihaizen's avatar
perfect model, omposition, dof and lenses.
HDRenesys's avatar
Cover of The Asscent Magazine #21 [link] :)
MichalTokarczuk's avatar
hahaha, thanks - that made my evening complete.
ELogan-Photography's avatar
this has been featured here! [link]
TravellingLens's avatar
Outstanding and refreshing perspective.
Krezen's avatar
I had yet to find a photographer who could pull off such an overwhelming angle and motion and yet now I have!! :dance: An AWESOME shot!!
MichalTokarczuk's avatar
Even if that photographer spends most of the shoot crawling on the floor? Just kiddin' - thankies for sweet words. [;
Krezen's avatar
the lengths you go to capture a shot like that really seems worth it, no matter what has to be done. and your welcome for my comment but Id like to thank you for such a beautiful shot!! :D
MichalTokarczuk's avatar

The pleasure - booth of shooting such models and reading such comments - is great.

Thanks again.
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