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May 26, 2009
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Canon
Model
Canon EOS DIGITAL REBEL XT
Shutter Speed
1/90 second
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F/11.0
Focal Length
50 mm
ISO Speed
100
Date Taken
May 25, 2009, 7:24:09 PM
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It's Never Over by wroth It's Never Over by wroth
Image Description:

"My kingdom for a kiss upon her shoulder..." ***

Current work, from '09, full viewing is recommend to see the details. Put it in Surreal category because that dreaminess was where I was trying to take this, but it could also have gone into EMOtive Portraits [chuckles]

Your critiques and feedback are always welcome, thanks for looking. :salute:

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(Open Edition) Print Version: Color Version

(also see the :bulletgreen:Black & White, :bulletred:Tone, and :bulletred:Inverse versions if online (green dot), or if offline (red dot) then write me and ask about availability.)
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Critique by arisuart May 28, 2009, 5:02:31 AM
I'm not even sure what to write here. All I can say is that I am still amazed looking at this photo because it did mix with my feelings. When looking at the details it gives even more impact because it's like if the water was some sort of plastic taking inside only the hair and not letting the whole 'romantic' moment go. At the same time even if the perspective of this photo was changed, it looks like everything is about to be sucked by the water including the necklace due to it's direction. The colors are also very appealing.
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MerMarie Oct 3, 2011  Hobbyist Writer
Sea, swallow me? :D
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arisuart May 28, 2009
if your hair was flowing, would look even greater
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LAPoetry-n-Photo May 26, 2009  Hobbyist Photographer
This actually works really well in colour too. I suppose it all depends on which tones are present in the photo. The warmth of this is very earthy and rich. It works a lot better than if the stones had been slate or blue. And it compliments your skin well.
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