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On the Devil's Wings

By stevenb
Taken at Whitby Goth Weekend April 2002 a mixture of two shots taken the same weekend. The back ground taken of tomb stone with part removed then lighting effect filer applied, then subject pasted into image. The idea was to make the modified gravestone look like the Devils wings. Hope you think it's different.

Tags: Male goth Portraits and people

Voters: ktcam,

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Pressman 15 88
14 Jul 2003 1:08PM
Bill - your images are impressive.You have a creative mind and it shows in your photography.

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stevenb Plus
13 260 6 England
14 Jul 2003 9:46PM
Thank you for your kind words Pete,what I was looking for was something which I thought was original.
Anthony 14 5.6k 17 Scotland
15 Jul 2003 8:04PM
coooollllllll........very creepy and effective. well done.
a2jlp 13 165 Scotland
17 Jul 2003 3:34PM
A very professional looking image, I like it. A tad creepy too.
Nyx 13 533
21 Jul 2003 3:34PM
congrats Smile
concrete 13 2
23 Jul 2003 5:17AM
This is a very striking image. VERY NICE layer merging, very good control of the "lighting sources". I would hope that you intend to put this in your portfolio; this is a very professional looking image. When I first looked at this image I could get the "feel" of it. Cold, creepy, calm in a creepy way. I don't know about anyone else but I can smell the mothballs somewhere. CONGRATS.
scraggy 13
25 Jul 2003 2:26PM
Many composites fail because of subtle inconsistancies in lighting, tone and perspective. Bill has got this one just right. It just 'works' on so many levels.

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