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Yet another mask was added to my collection whilst in Edinburgh. It'll need some padding inside for me to be able to wear it properly but that's a job for another day.
As usual I can't decide between B&W and Colour....
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this is wonderful
especially if you flip the 2 versions quickly
Colour for me in this case - love the drama of this - love masks - make them myself sometimes for my work...
Excellent work ,love it.
Both good, but mono for me.
I prefer the darker shadows on the B&W version.
Cracking shot and what a wonderful mask! I enjoy V1 very much. V2 is also good but has a slightly sinister feel to me. Great work.
Thanks everyone! Next job is to work on some padding so I can actually get it to vaguely fit my face!
Welcome back, to a style your great at (excuse my indulgent new username).
I love the lighting and the depth in this photo and in this case i much prefer the colour of V1 as you contrasts well with the mask.
Thanks again everyone and thank you Pete for the HC!
I'll be doing some work on the mask at the weekend in an attempt to get it to fit a bit better - whether I'll be successful remains to be seen.
In this case i would go for the mono version, i love all the tones.
Thanks Terry - I must root out the mask again and try some more shots soon.....
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