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110 minutes with Miss C No 021 by Wolf187 110 minutes with Miss C No 021 by Wolf187
Third session with Miss C.

Very fun and yet a little challenging session.

The fun part is of course obvious but the challenges were the the height differences between models as well as skin texture and color differences.

Also Miss E. had no experience what so ever while Miss C. as we know is a natural and this was her third session with me and forth in total.

I also didn't meet Miss E. before the actual session or I would've requested a different make up for her skin to help some blemishes and skin color .

One last challenge was to use the same location for third time and very similar clothing actually. This was on purpose however trying to see if I can

get some new shots with very little differences in everything else.

Please forgive the fast scans since I am on the road and have to do everything really fast between my other assignments.

This causes some hot spots in some of the shots as well as too much grains since the paper that I use for prints has grains on it.

Although I do want the grains or out of focus effects in some of the shots.

Again no digital enhancements have been done on the images. I have used different films and the scans are off the prints.

Ladies worked great together and showed a very nice chemistry despite the the small technical challenges.
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ripPedbabY Featured By Owner Sep 30, 2005   Writer
Wow... This is awesome. Definitely a fave.
Kaylazelda Featured By Owner Aug 12, 2005
That is very wierd and it is a odd thought in my head I wont say. Are they twins?
Wolf187 Featured By Owner Aug 15, 2005
Why the image seems weird to you?

And why would you think they are twins or even sister?!!

They don't even look like each other! They are wearing similar outfits and that's it!
Kaylazelda Featured By Owner Aug 15, 2005
No need for the exclamation marks.

Ask someone who did not look at your gallery prior to and they will give you that answer. You were there so you know what color things were and what thier faces look like. Besides you only see one of thier faces, not both.
Wolf187 Featured By Owner Aug 15, 2005
One look at the shape of their noses should be enough.

Thank you for the note anyway.

Regarding the grains in some of the images...some of them are because of a low res. and fast scan and some (majority of them ) were intended to

have grains.

I don't do touch ups nor use digital dark room to enhance the results. It's a personal sentiment. I also only do film photography...another sentiment.

The "exclamation marks" were kind of needed, indeed.

I love to read people's takes on the images and photographs but what caught my attention was that

you probably didn't even have a look at the enlarged image to notice the differences between their looks (at least enough to rule out the possibility

of them being twin sisters), yet you have noticed a few of my photographs in

portfolio are grainy which you can use as "exercise" to keep your skills sharp!

As you have mentioned:

"I get bord and need to keep my skills sharp. I would have faved it but it was grainy. A bunch of shots in your gallery are like that."

I could've done couple of things...ignore it (as I usually do even with kind remarks) or try to have an effect on you, hopefully positive or maybe

simply make you see things from a different point of view and perspective .

So I decided to go for the second one.

You see , I couldn't care less if you choose any of the my images as favorite or not .

However I would care very much of what you would think of any of my work.

On the other hand when you do not try to be a good "observer" then those opinion also keep loosing their values.
(when I say "you" I don't mean it literally ).

You think you can make some of the images better before even trying to understand them .

How do you know what kind aesthetic I have been after ? ...Have I achieved it in my opinion or not?

Is there something that maybe was intended as part of my vision or not?

Is there something that you might be able to learn or take with you from that image?

I don't know.

These should be train of thoughts for any observer of art before judging a piece plus the history of artist, the message and many other elements .

OK...OK...I see that I have bored you more than enough.

Again thank you very much for the notes. Please also feel free to play with any of my images for your own fun and as sharpening tool for your skills.

I hope that I haven't offended you in any way. I mean well.
Kaylazelda Featured By Owner Aug 16, 2005
1) I am not a art critic, You being a photographer should know words from a true critic can make a person thoughtful/horrible/delighted by thier commentary. My little blurb was not ment to offend or inspire anything just a couple words on how well they looked in similar matters.
2) I dont recall sending you any notes.
3) I was only posting what a friend told me to post which I should have been more careful on saying.

And lastly, I'm sorry that I offended you since it seems so. I just went to comment on 1 photo, not get assulted publicly; if you truly have a problem with what someone said it would be more kind to a person to note them with your complaint rather than spam up your own work.
kozlik Featured By Owner Aug 9, 2005
This is Awesome :glomp:
and REALLY HOT :cuddle:
eduardofrench Featured By Owner Aug 6, 2005   Photographer
I do appreciate your photography a lot as it is groundbreaking and pro dont take it bad but can you regulate the number of devs per day :blush:
CandyLuv16 Featured By Owner Aug 3, 2005
I like this one the best :)
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