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JackAllTog Plus
8 4.9k 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 Plus
14 457 7 United Kingdom
18 May 2010 3:08PM
Well realised !!

Jalapeno Plus
7 127 2 Iceland
18 May 2010 4:44PM
quite the image...I like it...thought provoking indeed. thanks for sharing!!!
Geraint Plus
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.
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 Plus
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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