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Transparent by nondani Transparent by nondani
Fade, as I stop to watch you dance.

Model: Marthina Lindkvist

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nice shot as always.
i guess i wanted to "consolidate" her dress with the background.
it works but when we look closer we can see it, this is because of the colors.
you should get a dress with a similar color( if you didn't already)
also maybe take the photo without this piece of wood because it breaks the rhythm a bit.

but yea...i can see what you meant by transparent. this is great, soft, artistic!

this is what i think but i also think that photo is art. this is not only professional technics and rules. photo is just about what you want to tell us.(im not pro, just an art student who loves photography)
So this is all about how you want your pictures to looks like.
What do you think?
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Nya-Sprinkles Jul 1, 2012  Hobbyist Writer
this is AWESOME in a word. :3 amazing work this one has got to b one of my favorites! :)
randomshooting Jun 26, 2012  Hobbyist Photographer
Really the kind of girl I won't ever mess with :D She looks so determinate as she's gone through this wall just before :D
Great choice of backdrop here too! Love it!
The blending in of the model with the background is masterful.
this is very gorgeous
EdgarBerg Jun 9, 2012  Student Photographer
wow.. perfect shot! really love the retouch in this one. makes me think it is an analog photo. (is it? :D )

greets from germany
soiman Jun 9, 2012  Professional Traditional Artist
Great composition and concept, she has become part of the wooden panel, love that rhythm!!! Beautiful textures, shades and colours, and this "transparency" transposed her to become part of an other surface. I also like the posture, that follows the rhythm of the wood, but her eyes are not that expressive, than it should be. I mean she doesn't talk with her eyes, she hasn't got the story.
But all together... impressive shot! Great idea and implementation!
Hi, might be nice to have the model higher in this picture so it would looks like she has taken the black wall for her clothes. with regards soolaris
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