This first photograph to the left is one of my favorite shadow photographs. The contrast that is used here is already beautiful with the darkness of her hair and the paleness of her skin and the mild grey of the background. Having the photograph without the flower shadows alone would have been beautiful and I still would have found it worthy of this post however adding the shadow flowers has taken it to any even higher level of perfection.The pattern that is imprinted on her skin and the tilt of her head gives the piece a sensual but not outwardly erotic feel.My favorite aspect of this photograph that really makes me love it is the softness of her skin contrasting with the textural appeal of the shadows of the flowers.This photograph is simply stunning in my opinion.Hats off to the photograph and beautiful model.
The second photograph I have for you, to the right, has a totally different mood to it.In the photograph once again a shadow is used to take what would already be a nifty photograph and create something even more wonderful.In this photograph the original girl is not even visible which creates another layer of mystery and eeriness to the picture. Once again the colour scheme which may at first seem limited due to the palette of greys,whites and blacks is actually used in a way that brings out the mood of the photograph in a way that full colour could not. I commend this photographer as well on their stunning work of art.
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Wishing you the brightest of days, Eva
” Me and the pen we are one. If its ink would cease to flow my ink would cease to flow.”