talking about archetypes ;)
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The damsel in distress or persecuted maiden is a classic theme in world literature, art, film and video games. She is usually a beautiful young woman placed in a dire predicament by a villain or monster and who requires a hero to achieve her rescue. After rescuing her, the hero often obtains her hand in marriage. She has become a stock character of fiction, particularly of melodrama. Though she is usually human, she can also be of any other species, including fictional or folkloric species; and even divine figures such as an angel, spirit, or deity.
I developed these images a bit ‘off style’ or at least off my style, like or not?
All images with Canon 5D II and Sigma 50 mm f1.4 A DG.
1/25s f2.2 ISO 500 (close up images)
1/8s f2.2 ISO 250 (full body images) on tripod.
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a series of images from late summer.
A perfect morning sun joined us this day. I took a couple of rolls of Kodak T-Max with me, along with my Rolleiflex 3.5
Still struggling with the focus system. I suppose that ‘autofocus’ was called ‘out of focus’ in those days. ;)
a small series of images, a little voyeur style.
All images Canon 5D II – with Canon 100mm and Sigma 50 mm. Thank you for watching,
I love working with mirrors.
they reflect ourselves, confront ourselves, …
1/160s f2.5 ISO 125
Canon 5D II with Canon EF 135mm f2 L
another series of images where I have given no instructions to the model, except asking her to be herself, to enjoy the moment of silence and peace.
I hope you like them :)
come again soon,
… hidden in the deep black waters of the garden pool.
Thank you Jane, for being my beautiful model on this cold but sunny afternoon.
Thank you to the owner of this magnificent garden we could work in.
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All images Canon 5D II and Canon EF 24mm f1.4 L II at f4.0 ISO 100.
There’s a lot to come, so come again soon.
This image has an even more zen-look to it I think. The expression and the eyes closed make this image a witness to the models well being at that moment. Thank you Elisa, for being my model that day.
As I said yesterday, this image is taken at the exact same spot as the previous one. That is why I love working with available light, it gives you so much possibilities in a single space, …
Technical details: Canon 100mm f2.8 macro L IS at f2.8, 1/30s, ISO 160
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