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No, I can't feel at all. by herestothemasses No, I can't feel at all. by herestothemasses
Deep down
Itís getting hard to breathe now
Iím reaching out to touch you
And I canít feel at all
No I canít feel at all

Save yourself, if nothing else
You should save yourself, if nothing else

--Deep Down, Saosin


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Self, 2010.
Timer, tripod, window, soft yellow backlight, natural light, post processing.
There's about four pictures, here.
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Heroinx-x Featured By Owner Mar 4, 2011   Photographer
i like the emotion in most of your pictures.
love the surreal feel to this :heart:
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walkingfish Featured By Owner Jan 28, 2010
Like I said before. Really awesome. My favorite thing is probably the shadow's warped fingers--it creates a very eerie effect.
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herestothemasses Featured By Owner Jan 28, 2010  Student General Artist
^_^
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taennit Featured By Owner Jan 28, 2010
i like this a lot, such a lovely composition.
quite the little professional these days aren't we?

lol. you're such a fantastic photographer.
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herestothemasses Featured By Owner Jan 28, 2010  Student General Artist
Lol, :heart:
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Nyx-n-Nut Featured By Owner Jan 27, 2010   Traditional Artist
Very intersting composition. There are some pretty deep feelings in this, even at a glance.

Do you mind if I ask how you set it up? And is there supposed to be a heart?
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herestothemasses Featured By Owner Jan 27, 2010  Student General Artist
Haha, the heart was unintended. I didn't notice until you pointed it out.

Uh-oh.. I'm divulging my secrets! D:
White sheet on the window above my bed. It's a cross process of about four different pictures. The one on the left, a quick snapshot, dark silhouette with sharp edges against the white. The left were timed shots of basically the same pose with movement added. Add in an hour of mixing in Photoshop, and viola!
Lighting was half natural, half model lighting with a white softbox.

Thanks! :heart:
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Nyx-n-Nut Featured By Owner Jan 27, 2010   Traditional Artist
I actually didn't really process it until my brother said something.

Don't worry. Camera's don't work for me. ^_^ I'm happier with paper and paint.

You're welcome. And I think it's very well done. Nothing that I can see to fix.
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