a dark conscience
I've been told that my work is too dark these days, which I agree with. The thing is, I love it when my work is dark — it usually means that I'm happy, that I'm joyful enough to do these things and laugh while I do them; to find the gruesome stuff as cool as a five year old boy does; to have the time of my life with skulls and fake blood and darkish items. It means I'm okay. Really.
This was mostly a try out of my new ND filter. I've been wanting to do shallow-DOF photos in studio for a while, but I only got the cash to buy a filter now. I love it. It gives the photos such a different tone, such a softness. I really do love it.
There are two more in the comments. My love wanted me to post ths first one, but I didn't like the stare. What do you guys think?
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