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woolybill1 Plus
9 22 67 United Kingdom
8 Mar 2012 1:21PM
The more I think about it, the more I think your work suits the title. Here the contrast between tones and light/shadow is more marked than recently.
A very intelligent series.
Bill

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johnnyboy114 7 231 106 United Kingdom
8 Mar 2012 2:54PM
I have come to this series late and forgive me if I don't comment on every photo in the series, but I will say that its some of the most imaginative, clever, well constructed, innovative and interesting photography I have seen on this site in a long time. Its not "polished" in any way, but thats what gives the series its mood, its "edge" and thought provocation. Its not saying much with any of these photos, and there isn't that much on view either, but the images definitely live up to the feeling of the titles.....Voyeur is a perfect way to sum these up. I am no prude, I think a good "art nude" is one of the purest and most beautiful forms of photography there is and something I strive to be able to do myself, properly, at some point. The human form is an incredible thing to look at. But there is no denying that, as much as there is an "art" element to a well shot, creatively "different" image that shows a little bit of skin, you cannot help, whoever you are, want to weirdly see a little more.....but doing so would completely shatter the illusion. Your images give that feeling of teetering on the precipice.....you KNOW there is something sensual, erotic, SEXY even, going on behind that glass or steam and the animal in us all wants to see whats going on.....the aesthete in the intelligent is just curious as to what is there and doesn't want to spoil things......

You have created that "divide" in the mind brilliantly, whether it intentional or not. This is a clever, interesting and thoroughly entertaining set of shots....keep them coming! I don't get on to this site as often as I used to due to the new baby taking up a lot of time, but when I do, I shall keep an eye out for your uploads......good work!
tashytoo 4 12 England
8 Mar 2012 7:31PM

Quote:I have come to this series late and forgive me if I don't comment on every photo in the series, but I will say that its some of the most imaginative, clever, well constructed, innovative and interesting photography I have seen on this site in a long time. Its not "polished" in any way, but thats what gives the series its mood, its "edge" and thought provocation. Its not saying much with any of these photos, and there isn't that much on view either, but the images definitely live up to the feeling of the titles.....Voyeur is a perfect way to sum these up. I am no prude, I think a good "art nude" is one of the purest and most beautiful forms of photography there is and something I strive to be able to do myself, properly, at some point. The human form is an incredible thing to look at. But there is no denying that, as much as there is an "art" element to a well shot, creatively "different" image that shows a little bit of skin, you cannot help, whoever you are, want to weirdly see a little more.....but doing so would completely shatter the illusion. Your images give that feeling of teetering on the precipice.....you KNOW there is something sensual, erotic, SEXY even, going on behind that glass or steam and the animal in us all wants to see whats going on.....the aesthete in the intelligent is just curious as to what is there and doesn't want to spoil things......

You have created that "divide" in the mind brilliantly, whether it intentional or not. This is a clever, interesting and thoroughly entertaining set of shots....keep them coming! I don't get on to this site as often as I used to due to the new baby taking up a lot of time, but when I do, I shall keep an eye out for your uploads......good work!



Wow thank you so much Johnny! It's so nice to hear that my work stands out amongst others, because I have seen some fantastic shots on this site. Really enjoyed reading your interpretation on my work. I will certaintly keep adding to this series in hope that I get some more great comments such as yours!

Kind Regards,

Tash
tashytoo 4 12 England
8 Mar 2012 7:40PM

Quote:The more I think about it, the more I think your work suits the title. Here the contrast between tones and light/shadow is more marked than recently.
A very intelligent series.
Bill



Hello Bill,

I just had a read of your last comment on my previous photograph, and realized i had failed to answer your question as to whether i could experiment with background/mounting colour. I agree that pale blue does not do anyone any favours! I have decided to that my final piece for my exhibition in June will be a series if 7 images framed in a black frame. I like the idea of having the glass in front of the image to add to the effect of the water. The images will be presented in a square white cube space as i want my space to be quite enclosed and claustrophobic. As for the size of the images, I think I will have them at A1 size or possibly vary them depending on which image they are.

Presenting the work seems to be more hassle than actually making it!

Kind Regards,

Tash

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