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Young Emma had most convincingly demonstrated her disdain for our efforts.  The formality, the repetition, the waving of dolls and clapping of hands all accompanied by “look here Emma” and “Emmmmmmaaaaa….” and other nonsensical utterings such as “haa boo boo … Continue reading

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A betrayal of sorts

Photo by Joey Spadoni (Fujifilm X100s).  I’d consider this to be experimental portraiture.  Does it work?

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One of my favorite portraits

Orlando was our guide.  When we first laid our eyes upon him, we judged the book by its cover and thought, “no… not him… anybody but him” as the guides were lining up and considering which of the wasichus they … Continue reading

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Nicole, naturally

Some time ago, I posted the below image.  I’m a fan of black & white portraits and I thought this one was particularly interesting.  But ultimately, it didn’t capture the spirit, the essence of the subject.  So, it was interesting… … Continue reading

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Daily Photo Phix: Chiaroscuro

Chiaroscuro, “in art is characterized by strong contrasts between light and dark, usually bold contrasts affecting a whole composition. It is also a technical term used by artists and art historians for using contrasts of light to achieve a sense … Continue reading

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