Now that is wonderfully moody. Nice one!
Thanks, Shaun. I rather like the high contrast.
Solarization / Sabattier effects are a bit strange to me in that I either really like them or question their use a bit, but that processing works SO well for me here… combined with the figures ready-to-act stance… and her face being hidden… a real sense of mystery… I absolutely LOVE it!
I’ve no idea what a Sabbatier effect is, Robert (google, here I come) but I know what you mean re: solarization. Quite unappealing, sometimes. Sometimes, too ‘easy’.
Having said that, I do very much like to use it sometimes, usually in conjunction with other manipulation.
Actually, I’ve been playing with solarization lately on some shots of mannequins through a shop window.
Not sure if they’ll get posted or not yet.
That sounds fascinating, S.E! I hope to see them at some point!
(I should have mentioned the first part of that comment would never be directed at you, S.E… I’ve yet to find issue with your aesthetic… I don’t think that’s even possible)!
Ha ha! You’re so polite and kind, Robert. 🙂
Looks like a vintage suspense/horror flick poster!
So it does, Anne! That hadn’t seen that, but I think you’re right.
Oh, somehow I missed this.
Although it would have been hard to decide which one of my recent comments to replace, this had certainly been amongst the 13.
EP may therefore also stand for Exellent presentation.
Thank you, Sean. 🙂
Now I’m thinking of what else EP might stand for
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