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User_Removed 7 1 8 United Kingdom
13 Mar 2012 10:22AM
Superb creative photography.

Al.

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efactsphoto 4 8 3 Germany
13 Mar 2012 12:05PM
Interesting perspective. Wide angle lens (?) leads to distortion of body proportions, model's head seems too large, I'd say.
Colors and mood are nice!
Lydia 4 4 Greece
13 Mar 2012 12:14PM
.....but Alice in Wonderland is all about distortion, so it fits the 'theme'. This is wonderfully conceived and processed as ever, but somehow it's unappealing, but when I can rouse myself to comment, even if a little negative, that in itself means I think it's verygood... if that makes sense!!!
User_Removed 7 1 8 United Kingdom
13 Mar 2012 12:25PM
I agree with Arrietty. If there's a lens that can do this to your images I'd love to have one! The body distortion doesn't look like that produced by a wide angle lens so much as perspective adjustment (or some such) in PS by someone who clearly knows what they're doing, and is what give the image it's creative magic in my opinion.
efactsphoto 4 8 3 Germany
13 Mar 2012 12:36PM
The distortion/perspective thing can be done by a wide angle lens. I've done quite a few portraits with a 20mm, for example, and it works just nicely. Shooting slightly from above and at close distance increases the effect dramatically.
Of course, Alice in Wonderland is (also) about distortion, and considering that I agree with Arrietty Smile
You are right efactsphoto ! I used a 18mm lens from above my head and close distance Smile

I am so glad you liked !

Greetings from Transylvania!
13 Mar 2012 1:18PM
The wicked queen gone mad. Excellent work, love everything about it. Very clever and creative.............Sandy
luceombra 4 27 5 Italy
13 Mar 2012 1:28PM
Another great work. Well done Vasile! Sunteţi foarte bun
Al
efactsphoto 4 8 3 Germany
13 Mar 2012 1:29PM

Quote:You are right efactsphoto ! I used a 18mm lens from above my head and close distance Smile

I am so glad you liked !

Greetings from Transylvania!



You're very welcome, Vasile!
Greetings from Berlin
User_Removed 7 1 8 United Kingdom
13 Mar 2012 1:45PM
I am corrected. Smile
gonzalito 6 20 13 United Kingdom
13 Mar 2012 2:09PM
Frumos lucrat! Wink
Thank you!!!!!!
clintQB 4 51 United Kingdom
13 Mar 2012 10:21PM
great concept.....love it
14 Mar 2012 11:27AM
Visually striking, with great colouration
Thank you gents! Have a nice day!

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