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Amanda White - The Leopard Woman

Asher Kelman

OPF Owner/Editor-in-Chief
So did you paint the spots or that was how she arrived?

In any case, the composition and feeling work for me!

Asher
 
The spots are tattoos that she had for years, and sometimes the models look, is part of making up stories in my head, and then elaborate on them.

Here's from the non existing book ....
 
The spots are tattoos that she had for years, and sometimes the models look, is part of making up stories in my head, and then elaborate on them.

Here's from the non existing book ....
I think you're amazing creative as well as technically skilled. I love what you do. Cheers, Mike
 

Asher Kelman

OPF Owner/Editor-in-Chief
First let me give you a hearty welcome, Carl!

I visited your website and enjoy your work. The lighting I see is so far. To my initial exploration, either a great character set up with either side lighting or a black sheet to the subjects right. These have a lot of dimension and give the folk authority.

The other open lighting is flattering to anyone’s complexion and must be popular with younger clients!

Anyway, we’re glad you discovered us!

BTW, how did you get here? ?



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Cool shot! The tattoos are so unique and provides her quite the look!

www.carlarmijo.com
Well,

With Per, you don’t know whether she has the tattoos or whether he creates them in post or perhaps these are temporary. No photographer I know matches the effort and precision he uses in creating characters, including fictitious stars and famous photographers and artists.

Asher
 

Carl Armijo

New member
First let me give you a hearty welcome, Carl!

I visited your website and enjoy your work. The lighting I see is so far. To my initial exploration, either a great character set up with either side lighting or a black sheet to the subjects right. These have a lot of dimension and give the folk authority.

The other open lighting is flattering to anyone’s complexion and must be popular with younger clients!

Anyway, we’re glad you discovered us!

BTW, how did you get here? ?







Well,

With Per, you don’t know whether she has the tattoos or whether he creates them in post or perhaps these are temporary. No photographer I know matches the effort and precision he uses in creating characters, including fictitious stars and famous photographers and artists.

Asher
Thanks for the welcome to the forum. I am glad to be here.
 
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