It's Not My Fault, Either (Part One) by Paula Birch

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I shoot from the hip.
This is a Lo-Fi image captured with a double exposure on film.
Photoshop does not live here.

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  • descullen
    descullenover 7 years ago

    enjoy London – send me a post card.

  • alexa70
    alexa70over 7 years ago

    Love this image Paula ! Congratulations !!

  • Mel Brackstone
    Mel Brackstoneover 7 years ago

    Congratulations Paula! Good luck with the rest of the comp!

  • Paul Vanzella
    Paul Vanzellaover 7 years ago

    Wonderful work – has a sublime energy to it!

  • Trevor73
    Trevor73over 7 years ago

    I am enthralled by your capture of the hypocrasy of the illuminati’s greatest symbolic gesture – the godess carrying a torch a.k.a. the statue of liberty – -set against the backdrop of beautiful, nubile young ladies frollicking in a state of semi nudity brought in connection with the catch cry, “its not my fault”. I applaud your ability to expose the futility of the elite (illuminati) attempting to suppress the free of mind & will (frollicking ladies) whilst succinctly explaining that this futility is not borne of revolt, but in fact by the beauty of human nature. Many Congratulations Paula, may you have a long & successful career.
    yours sincerely, Trevor

  • Michael Kienhuis
    Michael Kienhuisover 7 years ago

    Super Shot! LOving this!!! M:>:>:>

  • Adrian Rachele
    Adrian Racheleover 7 years ago

    Very interesting work.

    Good luck on your competition.

  • sasufi
    sasufiover 7 years ago

    thank you for your comment ! i can’t to see more of your lomo shots !!!

  • Paul Vanzella
    Paul Vanzellaover 7 years ago

    Hey Paula – thanks for commenting on Landscape #2….. love it!

    I heard you’re an architect – that’s pretty cool, I’m actually a graphic designer, so I asked a buddy for some photographic advice for you (he reckons) you checkout the courses offered by RMIT, PSC etc- they offer part-time places as well.
    They are expensive but do give a good technical grounding, then do some assisting with photographers who work in the field you want to work in.

    Hope that helps..

  • Michael Lane
    Michael Laneover 7 years ago

    Great work with this. The colours came out really nicely with double exposure. Cool

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