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    Photos for an upcoming Rep Stage production of Tennesse Williams' The Glass Menagerie.

    BeLL* [Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind], and 16 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. strobist 64 months ago | reply

      This is my favorite of the bunch.

    2. Richard Melanson 64 months ago | reply

      Wow. This might be mine too. All of these are just so different - such a pleasant and strange change from the photography I've been viewing (and making) for months. I love it. Love love love.

    3. indyphil 64 months ago | reply

      beautiful. Looks like a pencil drawing.

    4. essadapalmeira 64 months ago | reply

      Beautiful photos. This one is my favourite too. I wonder about the post production in this picture. A lot of work i can imagine.

    5. strobist 64 months ago | reply

      Surprisingly little, actually. A certain amount of post was built into making the unified look to the disparate set of photos, but nothing else really on this shot.

    6. essadapalmeira 64 months ago | reply

      You know for a moment it looked like having a "Paolo Roversi look" , anyway it is beautiful.

    7. J Petrina 64 months ago | reply

      Can you outline your technique a little? I love it, I can't really tell where the milky lighting ends and the Photoshop begins.

    8. strobist 64 months ago | reply

      It's pretty much straight. I have an OA going up next week.

    9. carlbergman 63 months ago | reply

      Damn. Can't stop staring at this one - nice work.

    10. G. Lebec 63 months ago | reply

      Somehow it's so analog/graphite... fantastic.

    11. ShadiEideh 63 months ago | reply

      I guess this time I'm more impressed with the concept and how it evolved , rather than how the technique - which remains fantastic - was implemented. I see a new learning era coming our way through Strobist :)

    12. tbsphotography 63 months ago | reply

      That is amazing how much post processing was done?

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