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Lighted Eye

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Light is my inspiration, my paint and brush. It is as vital as the model herself. Profoundly significant, it caresses the essential superlative curves and lines. Light I acknowledge as the energy upon which all life on this planet depends.
Ruth Bernhard.
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Lighted Eye

Subysphoto

Light is my inspiration, my paint and brush. It is as vital as the model herself. Profoundly significant, it caresses the essential superlative curves and lines. Light I acknowledge as the energy upon which all life on this planet depends.
Ruth Bernhard.
_____________________________________________________________________________

Anyone looking for the services of Suby & Sinem as Photographers, you know what to do...

Please also visit our other photoblog of fashion images by clicking on Suby & Sinem

"Ars longa, vita Brevis"

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comments (20)

  • Ray
  • Thailand
  • 10 Jul 2007, 00:26
Stunned & Amazed!
Might be the most innovative composition I have seen. Framing with the smudgy effect in the bottom right of the image is inspired.
Thank you for the best lesson I have had in a long time.
Suby & Sinem: Aaawww, thanks Ray, you make our day with your lovely words, :d

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  • Ellie
  • 10 Jul 2007, 00:59
One for Childline perhaps? Astonishing!
Suby & Sinem: Hope they see it and start beating their way to our door step tongue

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Beautiful light, indeed, in this image, and daring composition, too. Lovely!
Suby & Sinem: Extremely daring, we are glad we managed to pull it off :d

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Ellie has a really good idea there and thanks for the lesson on framing and composition, I would have never had the courage to do that.

J
Suby & Sinem: LOL, you welcome Johnny, hope to see some daring stuff from you soon grin

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  • Kay
  • 10 Jul 2007, 04:16
Lovely vibrant colors, Suby. Very very nice.
Suby & Sinem: Thanks for the comment Kay grin
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  • Shailja
  • Boston, USA
  • 10 Jul 2007, 04:19
sweet composition - but it also makes me curious about the missing part - where is the rest of it smile?
Suby & Sinem: This is the image as taken on the camera, this was the intended shot smile Maybe we will show another image not so cropped grin

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  • Ginnie
  • Atlanta, GA, United States
  • 10 Jul 2007, 08:54
This definitely has the feel of a Brand Name advertisement, S/S. I can imagine someone seeing this and getting hold of you to do some advertising photography for them!

Get your work out there!!!
Suby & Sinem: We hope & Pray that is what continues to happen, thanks for the encouraging words Ginnie grin

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Daring crop. Works well. Mike
Suby & Sinem: Thanks bro

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Awesome crop and wonderful processing Suby.
I wonder how the full frame would have looked.
Suby & Sinem: Thanks Anup, maybe we will post another image that was taken full

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  • chunter
  • Salisbury, Wiltshire. UK.
  • 10 Jul 2007, 11:12
There's another poster here on shutterchance whose style is partial portraits, and I like it very much.

This is another fine example where, although there are two people in shot, it is a portrait only of the smaller child. Without seeing anything of the taller child, she becomes merely a prop for the other. Nothing of her, besides her dress sense, can be made at all.
This is so different from the stuff I've seen on your blog in the past. I love it. I love your past work too of course, this is just different but still great.
Is the girl wearing her jeans backwards? grin
hmm, the lighting certainly is great but im on the fence about the weird compiosition...on the one hand i love this sort of different thing and on the other it just seems so strange..
  • Neil Tandy
  • Johannesburg, South Africa
  • 10 Jul 2007, 14:25
STUNNING photography and awesome lighting. Awestruck is all I can say. Very many regards, Neil.
  • Louis
  • 10 Jul 2007, 20:11
Excellent, very much so. I can imagine that this will be a page in some fashion house's catalogue. To your portfolio.
Suby... You really pulled this off. Well done
Excellent colours and texture. Nice shot. All the best, Dave.
  • moi moi
  • london
  • 10 Jul 2007, 23:19
very intriguing!
  • ndiginiz
  • Aotearoa (New Zealand)
  • 10 Jul 2007, 23:37
Tena koe ehoa
I'd be honest and say I'm not a fan of the cut where as the composition is totally fine with me given the colour contrast and the relativity of grey/white space to the right of the subjects.
The boy with an eye showing has cause a connection to take place between himself and the viewer and now that aspect becomes a point of interest that perhaps isn't being exploited? I see it as something that should be exploited rather than a connectivity that evokes connection by separation.... (I hope that makes sense Suby?)
  • ndiginiz
  • Aotearoa (New Zealand)
  • 10 Jul 2007, 23:39
Sorry Suby I would add, by "exploited", I mean exploited photographically in revealing the connectivity he has made in a visual engagement.
This is really striking and unusual.

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