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Hana-Chan II by Greg Desiatov

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Model: Hana-Chan
MUA: Kara (Hot Productions)
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  • whittsatwoopi
    whittsatwoopiover 5 years ago

    Brilliant stuff mate! A fav for me.

  • Thanks Simon. Finally had time to process some more images from the shoot we did a little while back.

    – Greg Desiatov

  • Maxoperandi
    Maxoperandiover 5 years ago

    Super work Greg…great pose and lighting!

  • Thanks mate. It’s not hard when you have great people to work with.

    – Greg Desiatov

  • ambient-1
    ambient-1over 5 years ago

    Very nice! Love the model!

  • Thanks

    – Greg Desiatov

  • Carlos  Acín
    Carlos Acínover 5 years ago

    In this kind of shots you move it perfectly, it’s your style. Well done Greg!

  • Thanks Carlos. I like using just one light on the subject

    – Greg Desiatov

  • Gerard Rotse
    Gerard Rotseover 5 years ago

    Great shot and model Greg.

  • Thanks Gerard

    – Greg Desiatov

  • Yolle Suwhanli
    Yolle Suwhanliover 5 years ago

    a photo going beyond the studio in which it was shot, excellent work Greg!

  • Thank you so much for the comment :)

    – Greg Desiatov

  • Larry Varley
    Larry Varleyover 5 years ago

    Cool shot Greg

  • Thanks Larry

    – Greg Desiatov

  • Philip Mitchell Graham
    Philip Mitchel...over 5 years ago

    Very striking… but the belt is covered with what appear to be 50 caliber bullets. These weapons have only one purpose… to rip human beings in half. Hell… an ejected spent shell casing can kill in its own right. The idea of treating dummy anti personal weapons in a frivolous or cavalier fashion goes against the fundamental principals of gun safety.

    What exactly is ‘cool’ about bullets? Or has the arms industry bought out fashion design? Are we calibrating creative art here, or softening people up for the introduction of soldiers on every street corner?

    The look is going mainstream. I saw a student waring something like this a few days ago in the Bendigo library.

    How are war veterans and former refugees going to feel? Thanks for the memories…

    BTW has any genius figured out how to tell the fakes from the real things? How long is it going to be before some kid is shot because a security guard mistakes a fashion victim for a terrorist? Or some criminal uses the fashion to their tactical advantage? All these things have happened before…

  • Thanks for the memories? The constant graphic bombardment on SBS or the ABC on war documentaries far exceed what ever memories I could stir up with my image.

    Where have you been? Kids have been wearing military gear for decades as fashion wear. Military inspired clothes have graced some of the best catwalks for years and will continue to do so.

    Ease up, it’s just a fashion image Philip! Here one day… gone tomorrow.

    – Greg Desiatov

  • ptollemy
    ptollemyover 5 years ago

    Beautifully done.

  • CLiPiCs
    CLiPiCsover 5 years ago

    he even has a shot in his own gallery of him holding what would appear to be a gun and aiming it at the camera, with the title don’t mess with . .

    well that’s all you can see until you click on it, and then it says don’t mess with the wire tamer ?

    and finally when you read the description you discover it is a sculpture made from wire of a guitar,

    but it still looks like he is holding a gun,

    so it’s ok for him to imitate and aggressive and confrontational pose

    as opposed to a fashion shot

    in “Brit” ignore the twat !

    this is a great shot Greg

    Love ‘N’ Laughter Kriss

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