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Voyeur

By tashytoo
Here is another photograph for the series.

I have put a frame around it to see what the overall effect would be when they are eventually framed for exhibition.

Let me know what you think!

All the best,

Tash

Tags: Photo journalism General Specialist and abstract Digital art Nude and glamour

Voters: gajewski, senn, Richsr and 15 more


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gajewski Plus
12 10 9 United States
9 Mar 2012 3:01AM
Tash,
I recognized your style in the thumbnail. I think this is good. You have created something that is uniquely yours.
The frame is nice -- a physical frame similar to this will be a good way to display your art.
You have stuck a nice balance between bright splashed of color and just the right amount of hint of the female form. This is all so artistically tasteful.
Good luck with your exhibit.
-=\Walter

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Richsr Plus
9 91 223 England
9 Mar 2012 9:02AM
Well worked with this.
Regards Richard
woolybill1 Plus
9 22 68 United Kingdom
9 Mar 2012 9:20AM
Superb.
The bright splashes of colour draw attention to the form in between, but as Walter says, very tastefully.
The frame is well chosen to contain the picture without otherwise drawing attention to itself.
As the series takes shape it gathers coherence; even those images that at first glance appeared weaker now assert their place in the whole enterprise.
Regards
Bill
sherring 8 46 13 United Kingdom
9 Mar 2012 9:43AM
I like it. Just looked at the others in your PF and like them too.

Steve.
johnnyboy114 7 231 106 United Kingdom
13 Mar 2012 8:58PM
Another superbly realised image....so clever....I feel almost "guilty" for looking at it. Its that kind of feeling you got as a child when you saw someone getting changed behind frosted glass....there was a little frisson of naughtiness, but there was also a guilty curiosity and embarrassment.....this sums that feeling up brilliantly. Cracking image

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