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…and now for something completely different

My arty-farty photography didn't end when I left art college but that was something of a glorious period of experimentation.

And it's not that I have got stuck into the business of being a professional and forgotten how to have fun with my camera. No, it's more a case of feeling when the right moment, the right collaborator is at hand to make doing something 'arty' make more sense. Not that art needs to make sense, particularly. But MY art needs to make sense to ME :-)

This is from the same shoot with Mini Miu as the nude/double-exposure diptych I posted earlier. You can see that shot here:


Gear, processing....?

Nikon D700
Nikkor 50mm f/1.2 Ai
One frame, double-exposed in-camera and then mirrored and flipped and mated to itself in Photoshop.
Nik Colour Efex Pro3 'cross processing' filter.
Alien Skin Polaroid filter
Shake, bake... export to JPEG.


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  1. like two way conversation “& “ energy !

  2. Really like the textures in this. I would have never thought of doing this. I am going to have to try my own twist on this and see what I can do. Thanks for the challenge 🙂

  3. Sweet. Look forward to seeing what you come up with +andrew holian. Always very honoured to be able to inspire….

  4. Good. Now mix the gentle nudes with the Artsy Fartsy and see what you get. Could be epic.

  5. I love the artistic way you've done this. I prefer my photos make sense too. Unfortunately that tends to slow me down.

  6. This was far from a quick realisation, +Kimberly Ciccone 🙂 I did the shoot three weeks ago and then had a moment of clarity yesterday as to what to do with this particular shot. Slow is good though, especially in this day and age.

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