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About ciubuxabina

A-Level Student

Self-Portrait

This is another Self-portrait I made in Studio conditions. I used two soft-boxes placed very close to the face, which made the eyes really shinny. I turned the photo to black & white in Photoshop and burned some parts of … Continue reading

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Ronit Baranga

This photograph drags audience’s attention because the three sculptures are human-shaped and the masks they wear represent the superficiality of people. Another aspect that makes this image stand out is the contrast between the black background and the nude tone … Continue reading

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Mark Bulford

My guess on how this photograph was created is by using the scanner and overlapping three different photos. Anyhow, it had a meaningful idea behind it. Through the ripped paper we get an insight of the human essence and see … Continue reading

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Gesine Marwedel body paint

This work is not only a great photograph, but also an impressive painting which doubles the impact it has on the audience. From a photographic perspective it stands out due the hype vision and the very realistic embodiment of a … Continue reading

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Child Boxer by unknown

Children are socially perceived as the most vulnerable and innocent people and we instantly feel the need to protect them. There are loads of photos where children impersonate adult behavior, however the usual purpose is comic. In this case, the … Continue reading

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Li Wei

Contemporary artist from┬áBeijing has brought to light some amazing gravity defying photographs. The key element of these photos is the position of the models, which creates a sense of danger and adrenaline that the audience does not experience on a … Continue reading

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Dear Photographs by Taylor Jones

Taking the audience back in time arouses nostalgia and melancholy, despite the fact that they are not personal memories. Two different times meet in the same place, showing the change and contrast of now and then.Furthermore, the photographer uses the … Continue reading

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Studio Portraiture by me

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Self-portrait

This is one of the shots I did for my self-portrait experiment. I used two Soft-Boxes to get the shinny eyes in style of Martin Schoeller’s celebrity portraiture. The post-production consisted of highly increasing the contrast, dodging the white of … Continue reading

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Christopher Jonassen

This is what in my opinion a successful experiment results in. The figures that look a lot like planets are actually bottoms of used frying-pans. The digital manipulation is obvious, however having something so bizarre as a starting point proves … Continue reading

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