Day of the Dead

Discussion in 'The Black & White Gallery' started by Allen, May 9, 2007.

  1. Allen

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    C&C welcome,
    many thanks,
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    Sorry, not seeing anything.
     
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    Yeah, me either. The link is correct. Oh well, thanks anyhow.
     
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    perhaps all it needs is an 'http://' infront?

    Okay, now that it is working :) The toning of this image really brings the whole mood together. I am curious to where this was taken?
     
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    d'oh
    Perhaps it would indeed. Thanks.
     
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    Thank you,

    It was taken at the Field museum, Chicago.
    The costume was made by Julie Taymor of "The Lion King" fame.

    Technicals:
    6x6 Ilford Delta 400
    Fill flash
    120mm Hasselblad lens
     
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    Whew, that is one freaky mask. :shock:

    Great costume, overall. I'd prefer softer light, but given where the image was taken, I am guessing you didn't have a lot of control over that.
     

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