By taking the shot up to the waistline you would have created an allure of possibilities to the viewer.
"Who is she, is she as attractive as her lower body suggests...."
This is from the first roll of HIE I ever shot, which is probably part of the reason I've always liked it.
Plus, I thought the way the fence shadow simulated train tracks was very cool; but, seeing as how I've had to point this out to everyone it's apparently not as obvious - let alone cool - as I thought! :p
This one people said made no sence at all but I like it.:confused:
I think my redscale photos aren't very well liked. I think they're neat :)
A favorite of mine that nobody ever really seemed to notice.
Mamiya 645, 80mm f/1.9 wide open, Tri-X Pan 320, 1/30s handheld.
I like it Dave, it's got a kind of serenity, but a tension aswell
I like it too. It's got that depth of field that almost makes it look unnatural. The floor looks like it's a macro shot so the tire seems like it's stuck on, not part of the original... if you know what I mean.