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Wearying of her role as Object, she turns the spotlight back towards you.
Shot with still mode of Panasonic PV-GS200 mini-dv camera, edited with Photoscape
portrait, female, fashion, sexy, vinyl, woman, black, white, beauty, beautiful, self
Just a girl trying to get ahead in the cold, cruel world while making it a more cinematic place to be.
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Venus and Anna
woo-hoo! thank you so much!
– Margaret Bryant
Congratulations on the feature. This is a fabulous image Margaret.xx
banish the objectification..i agree 100%..sick and tired of it personally! i see some photographers as Darwin specimen hunters…next one..(woman) for the catalogue…Yis tedious..you might not like this…but i tried to symbolise this here: not always on mesaage or expanation but i agree with HM Bascom….an image without a composition just a depersonalised structure showing some lighting skills or “silky skin” is not reverant nor art….if i understand you have worn my self out on this one….if you do see some of my work.much is uncomplete and without narrative, my favorites aren’t necessarily so but give pause for thought. i walked past my newspaper stand and there again …..the awaiting intercourse shot on front page newspapers…sorry have a hangover hope i am talking sense! i hate the word model…i paint a subject less awful……….it goes on..turn that lamp round round and blind the ..this i hope is a commentary, a message…
I get VERY tired of seeing the same slick, professional and competent yet COMPLETELY lacking in creativity and in expressing anything other than “pretty picture” images that I see. It’s all so boring.
i like that alot.
you like the D and G dress or is that saying summit?
i LOVE my D&G dress. love it.
photographic shots of the body no composition nor creativity! agreed paracetamol worked…most women love the D&DG of course!!! their is simply no narrative….you know what i mean..newspaper tit shots xx
When I see this photo I realize again and again to create art you need not have expensive equipment.
and I wish you mood to smile
aw, thanks! it’s hard to get a picture of myself smiling— i CAN’T fake-smile-for-the-camera, it looks ridiculous when i try, and i’m always concentrating so its really difficult. but i AM in a good mood most of the time.
I have the same problem with self portrait Margaret