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Retro Glam by Doomsday-Dawn Retro Glam by Doomsday-Dawn
A glamour style image taken at my March 29th lighting workshop =wynnesome at D.M. Gremlin Studios in Long Beach. [link]

More images from the workshop can be seen on the official forums [link]

Model: :iconnevaehlleh:
Hair and Makeup: Shyann Swisher
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Conundra Featured By Owner Jun 5, 2008
No matter how much time I spend with her, or how many times I see photos of her, I'm always stunned by just how beautiful Rosie is.
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xaltair Featured By Owner May 19, 2008
lovely photo.
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ImagesOfJenius Featured By Owner Apr 24, 2008
This image really shows a side of Rosie that she doesn't let out all that often... and yet, it comes out so perfectly when she does. Great capture.
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SlipkFreak Featured By Owner Apr 24, 2008   Photographer
beautiful model:)

love the picture!
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littlegett Featured By Owner Apr 23, 2008
UNBELIEVABLE!!!
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wynnesome Featured By Owner Apr 23, 2008  Professional Photographer
Especially when compared to chainsaw-demon-joker version of herself.
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littlegett Featured By Owner Apr 24, 2008
Fantastic sides of a single person. I think, no I believe that being able to drawl these persona's out of a person is one of the main reasons I enjoy photography.
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wynnesome Featured By Owner Apr 24, 2008  Professional Photographer
I agree. Something I'm becoming more and more aware of and sensitive to. The interaction between photographer and model and what they create together. The experience of the shoot, not just the having of the final image to show for it. These things I value.
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littlegett Featured By Owner Apr 24, 2008
Through the experience emotions change. These emotions no matter how subtle they are can be seen in the final image. A skewed emotion I have seen break and make the image.
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wynnesome Featured By Owner Apr 24, 2008  Professional Photographer
Definitely - once emotions come into the photo, they come through. Like music. Gremlin believed that you had to be 100% committed to the performance you were giving while recording a song, because exactly what you put into it at the moment of recording would come through to the listener on the conscious and/or unconscious level. Same idea I think.

It's just stuff I never thought about or felt for a long time, and really do more and more now. Being around people who also relate to these ideas and don't find it "silly" to talk about it really helps.
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