The Mad Hatter by Richard Olsen
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A self photo of myself as a dark version of the mad hatter.
This was actually a practice shoot for a photo set idea i had a long time ago to make a dark and twisted version of Alice in Wonderland.
The idea was scratched due to the lack of time and team.
But i think it will be resurrected soon :D

Comments

  • Lynette K.
    Lynette K.over 5 years ago

    Great shot…love the play of light and shadow. I am glad to see this in the Vickydust group…we need more “manly” pieces. ;)

  • Richard Olsen
    Richard Olsenover 5 years ago

    Thanks :) I’ll post some more when i have time to edit them.

  • Aisha Diandra
    Aisha Diandraover 5 years ago

    Sweet! I haven’t seen this one yet!

  • Really babe? I think you might have seen another version of this one ages ago.

    – Richard Olsen

  • Aisha Diandra
    Aisha Diandraover 5 years ago

    I’ve seen the other version, but not this version, that is what I meant…

  • Pete Katz
    Pete Katzover 5 years ago

    Top hat, pocket chain, good tie. Whats not to like? :)

  • Hahaha. indeed.

    – Richard Olsen

  • JonoCarrick
    JonoCarrickover 5 years ago

    amazingly shot! very dark and alluring.

  • Thank you. Maybe i looked too serious to be a mad hatter.

    – Richard Olsen

  • JonoCarrick
    JonoCarrickover 5 years ago

    Some mad people are serious… think Hannibal Lector! lol.

  • Gabby87
    Gabby87over 5 years ago

    WOW………………………………………………………………… That’s so very cool and nice shot and nice work… And he’s very cute too!!
    =D

  • Ming  Myaskovsky
    Ming Myaskovskyabout 5 years ago

    I’m very impressed with your abilities with framing, lighting and posing, and yes, he is very alluring! :)

  • Thank you. I make due with the lights most of the time, using makeshift studio lights. But i think for this shoot i was able to use the Lilliput lights i rented out from my university.

    – Richard Olsen

  • Clare Colins
    Clare Colinsabout 5 years ago

    I like this portrait very much.

  • Thanks

    – Richard Olsen

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