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Camera: Canon EOS-20D
Lens: Canon EF 17-40mm f/4L USM
Galleries: Candid, Black and White
Date Uploaded: Nov 25, 2008

Viewed: 963
Comments: 29
Favorites: 14 (view)

Candid shot taken before a photo shoot.

Thanks Don for the Posthumous Master Red Ribbon.

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12/11/2008 04:58:20 PM
So... LUMINOUS. The light on those lipsticks and what-have-yous... so three dimensional.
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12/09/2008 10:02:28 PM

ERROR: yanko is already in your favorites list.

Dude your new stuff is just blowing my mind. OUTSTANDING!!!!
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12/09/2008 09:24:54 PM
This is one of my faves... CONGRATS on your ribbon!
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12/09/2008 04:20:27 PM
There were lots of great images in this little challenge, but when I saw this I just about fainted. It is so brilliant! What are the chances of having everything lined up like that? Your BW conversion is gorgeous. Absolutely love this photo. That said - I suppose I'll fave it.

Congrats on the red PM ribbon.
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12/09/2008 09:14:26 AM
This picture is perfect proof that "a picture is worth a thousand words". I love it - excellent!!
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12/08/2008 11:02:18 PM
Your creativity is amazing - congratulations on your red Posthumous ribbon!
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12/08/2008 05:53:33 AM
Love, Love, LOVE THIS!

Wish I'd taken it - SMILE!
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12/07/2008 11:30:58 PM
Congratulations Richard! Don missed his chance to make you cry...
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12/07/2008 08:06:17 PM
I've been searching for the words, but this seems to go further than the whole distance; I keep bouncing from mirror to mirror, and occasionally, like Alice, walking through.
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12/07/2008 08:46:45 AM
Wow. Just wow. Great eye and quick reflexes to capture this before anyone moved. It's amazing the number of things that just happen to have worked out to help make this such a perfect shot. The two round mirrors that hold the key faces, the third face on the ad up above to complete a triangle of faces, the lighting on the older woman's face, the angles... and I like that everyone is looking away from each other, yet the 3rd face in the ad is staring directly at the viewer. And the b/w conversion is the perfect presentation for it all. Wow. Just wow.
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12/06/2008 12:44:51 AM
Archive Collection - The Posthumous Masters
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12/04/2008 06:59:16 PM
First we have a hidden face, but itís not really hidden because itís shown on the upper right. What is that the girl is hidden behind, a mirror, or maybe glass that shows how she may look in the future?
All this overlooked by someoneís idea of the perfect face..
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12/04/2008 03:24:27 PM
Holy cow. This is well beyond "good". Well into "damn, wish I'd shot that" (which probably doesn't say much). I'll simply add this is one helluva find, wonderfully captured. Great eye.
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12/04/2008 02:37:52 PM
Totally excellent juxtaposition. Really great jop in capturing this scene.
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12/03/2008 11:34:11 PM
ill just say: !
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12/01/2008 06:06:18 PM
Originally posted by posthumous:

oh, that earring!! that wedding ring! this photo is a classic. It's Anne Sexton and Chevrolet. The way we see right through the rollers to the Other Side!! The batteries of lipstick artillery! Outrageous. If our photos express ourselves, then this is yanko in drag. What a sight!


LOL.
12/01/2008 03:14:58 PM
oh, that earring!! that wedding ring! this photo is a classic. It's Anne Sexton and Chevrolet. The way we see right through the rollers to the Other Side!! The batteries of lipstick artillery! Outrageous. If our photos express ourselves, then this is yanko in drag. What a sight!
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11/30/2008 11:53:50 AM
This is great! Have to agree with ' . substr('//www.dpchallenge.com/images/user_icon/21.gif', strrpos('//www.dpchallenge.com/images/user_icon/21.gif', '/') + 1) . ' pointandshoot. I would have called it a day too.
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11/30/2008 12:05:24 AM
When you captured this you must have wondered if the photo shoot itself could get much better. I would have called it a day.
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11/28/2008 10:59:41 PM
Face-scinating...

Message edited by author 2008-11-29 08:56:08.
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11/28/2008 09:23:12 PM
oh come on this is too good...:)
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11/28/2008 07:57:51 PM
Adorable!
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11/28/2008 10:53:00 AM
This is just awesome!
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11/27/2008 08:42:26 AM
This is a candid? Wow I would have thought you were lining everyone up. That's what I would have to do lol - cuz I never would have seen this. I love how you also have the profile from the Aveda ad in the background too. Great eye!
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11/26/2008 09:16:49 PM
Well this one's going to be hard to beat. :) Wonderful for you to have seen it and caught it.
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11/26/2008 05:37:18 AM
Great shot...and good eye!!! Very indicative of 'changing faces' for the outside.
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11/25/2008 11:19:27 PM
Originally posted by Germaine:

Great candid and great processing, too. Well, maybe not so much a candid to get everything lined-up like you did. Neat peek inside The Chick Zone.


Thanks for the comment but I'm not sure I understand the candid part. Why would it be less candid because everything seem to "line up"? I didn't plan or stage this shot. I had been shooting another model getting ready when I walked in and saw this shot.
11/25/2008 10:23:23 AM
Great candid and great processing, too. Well, maybe not so much a candid to get everything lined-up like you did. Neat peek inside The Chick Zone.

Message edited by author 2008-11-25 10:25:15.
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11/25/2008 08:24:30 AM
how did you know about my mirror fetish? have you been reading my mail?
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