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JackAllTog Plus
9 5.0k 58 United Kingdom
18 May 2010 2:20PM
Brilliantly crisp and powerfull/challenging, but personally the background is too strong for me, your model is almost coming out of the background - i think, looking at your profile, this is your style though and is in its self interesting. I like the lighting and the slight vignette, i might crop a bit of the LHS and bottom and frame around the elbow. The rabbit is quite disturbing but fits the image well. certainly a vote for creativity.

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Great capture , very good.
davidbailie 14 457 7 United Kingdom
18 May 2010 3:08PM
Well realised !!

Jalapeno 8 127 2 Iceland
18 May 2010 4:44PM
quite the image...I like it...thought provoking indeed. thanks for sharing!!!
Geraint 11 715 34 Wales
18 May 2010 7:29PM
Wow. Very powerful. The repetition of shape between his body and the rabbit's(?) is quite unsettling, as is his gaze. I agree with the comment regarding the background - I don't see how it complements the photo, but this is clearly part of your approach. Maybe having him slightly further away from it so that the focus falls off a bit would offer more separation and isolation (which is a theme that I get from the photo). I also find the rim light a bit too strong, but I never like using rimlighting myself so I'm biased!

This is another fine addition to your excellent portfolio. It's abhorrent but at the same time captivating. Excellent work.
jakcie 11 8 Ireland
18 May 2010 11:25PM
Geraint you are the man. The comment is an excellent representation of your high quality art mind. Thank you so much.
polly470 8 25 8 United Kingdom
6 Jun 2010 7:20AM
This is a totally compelling shot - it is both extremely fragile and extremely uncomfortable at the same time - I have been trying to analyze my reactions to it - photographically I love it - I quite like rim light and I also like the slightly hard mono - emotionally I want to feel for the character in some way, but there is too much 'knowing' in the face, and some instability suggested that i find myself repulsed....fantastic, as is all your PF...

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