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I’m not sure… is the bokeh too much?What do you think??
Model is LaurenWK
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© Jessica Walker 2009
alternative, circus, fashion, fetish, latex, pin up, porcelainpoet, portrait
Self taught photographer from Seattle – a more extensive selection of my work can be viewed here: http://porcelainpoet.deviantart.com/gallery/
Nah, the bokeh adds a nice arty touch, well done! :D
Those shoes are insane :D This is a great photograph.
I think it works beautifully
Had to google ‘bokeh’, and now that i know what it is i think this image is fantastic. It reminds me a little of the HBO Carnival series…
Oh wow thank you! I am a huge fan of that show.. and I was so sad that they canceled it. Thanks for the comment!
Me too!! I wanted a tree tattoo that covered my back until Brother Justin stole my idea… damn anti christ. Lila was my fav…
I just loved that they had a bearded lady. No circus is complete without one. I so miss that show.. I watched it over and over again since there was no third season.. I can’t stand that they left it the way it ended in the second season. It was an absolute masterpiece.
this is fantastic, the confusion on her face so suits the editing and bokeh. also love the washed out look of the couch and her hat. great styling. ;-) xox
I love the bokeh, how did you get that effect?
It’s just a texture that I changed the colors of and overlayed onto the image. Something you can do when you mess around with layers in photo shop.
there is never to much bookeh!