Light & Shadow

Not sure what you’re going to think of this one. Technically speaking it’s poorly lit, but it’s what I was going for. I wanted a bit of an outline of her face, so to speak. And I wanted it dark and moody. I took it at the Gladstone Hotel. She worked there. Hope you like it.

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4 Responses to Light & Shadow

  1. Francis says:

    This what you wanted, it convey your message very well and i love this picture. Go look in book showing pics of those masters of photography and you will find similar pictures. Only difference are the Oh and Ha’s of the passerby for their pictures and your still have to wait maybe a few years, expositions, mentors and the like.Maybe walking around with an Hasselblad HD2-39 in your hands and a whole pack of lenses on your back would help pro_pulsing your standing to a new level 😀
    Have a good day and don’t take seriously, mainly with the Hasselblad HD2-39. 🙂

  2. Chloe says:

    it’s a strong portrait photo & it tells me, she’s worked hard but she stills enjoys life
    she actually is very similar looking to a very close family friend of our family (they do say, everyone has a twin out there…. I’m still waiting to find mine)

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