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    Another image from my NC workshop. When shooting and editing this I was inspired by a book I recently received, Steichen in Color. I love the old color, dreamy photographs from the early 1900s.

    Model: Morgan Marlowe
    Hair: Jessica Burgos
    MUA: Erin Dickinson

    Also, one of my images is a finalist in Ron Howard's Project Imagination. It only takes a minute to register and vote. I would greatly appreciate it.
    www.longliveimagination.com/gallery/photo/30697

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    My Reality, Tobias Hone, and 73 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. sparrek 31 months ago | reply

      Your style is recognizable, enjoyable, unique and very beautiful.

    2. trini61 31 months ago | reply

      beautiful soft tones. I agree with , your images are dreamlike and very enjoyable to look at.

    3. Jim Bauer 31 months ago | reply

      I like the hair movement!

    4. Melanie Lapointe 31 months ago | reply

      great atmosphere! love it!

    5. Rubén Chase 31 months ago | reply

      amazing use of the negative space!

    6. kimcoverack 31 months ago | reply

      I voted yesterday.. spotted the lil robot a mile off ;D

    7. heatherevanssmith 31 months ago | reply

      Thank you Kim! You can vote everyday. ;)
      Thanks, I cropped it specifically for that.

      Thank you all again!

    8. Manifeste Des Yeux (Leila Amat) 31 months ago | reply

      What a beautiful pic! I really love the model... and the light!

    9. Accarò 31 months ago | reply

      ADMNISTRATOR INVITATION
      Woow!! Beautiful Image


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    10. Solarina~Lucy Nuzum 31 months ago | reply

      love how dreamlike this is

    11. Anita Seven 31 months ago | reply

      una atmosfera mágica

    12. kim-by-the-sea 25 months ago | reply

      So dreamy. Morgan is so awesome!

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