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I'm a huge fan of your images - no matter the photographer, you always look 100% stunning. Sadly becuase of draconian censorship rules on facebook( which I have been a victim of myself) many of your images are only viewable in more educated photo forums. One day, I'd love for one of those images of you to be one I have taken.
normally I'd be tempted to say you should have waited for the person in the foreground to pass and then take the photo, but in this case I think its poinient and adds to the story to show down and outs have no significance in peoples eyes and they choose to walk past and ignore them as if they are not there.
simply WOW!!!! I just love every pixel of this image, from the location, to the stunning model and your photography.If I was a full member of ephotozine I'd be giving you my CFTG award ( Class From The Glass) .Heck, never mind me being a full member, this IS CFTG. you ARE a photographer.
great eye contact Agent Smith. Amy really is a fab model to work with as we both know. Love the wig and the shot....my only comment would be that I think black would have worked better as the colour for the background rather than the brown(?) one and would have really made the image have even more punch. Having said that, its easy enough to have a try and change the colour of the background just to see if you agree or not. regardless of that, a great image.
I think you created an inspired pictorial narrative and everything about this image pleases the eye- from the totnality of the black and white elements to your use of colour popping which normally, I lothe with a passionbut in this case is done so beautifully that its not colour popping-arts art full stop.
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You already know the high esteem I hold your work in Ryan so I need not comment on every image. I have great respect for you as a fellow photographer and I know that this journey on which your traveling will take you to big places. just remember us little guys when you finally reach the final destination.