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Monday, June 29, 2009

Evon T - The Special One

I've finally completed editing my Evon T - Pretty in White series. The last photo to be edited would have to be the one given careful thought and plenty of brain squeezing activity. During the photo shoot, there was this one particular shot towards the end of the session, with Evon posing in a graceful pose in the bridal gown with her shadow projected onto the wall. I knew that shot was special. Well, 2-3 nights ago, the creative side of the brain got into a working mood.. popping up that "light bulb". Tadaaaa..

After a few days of editing (a couple sessions, not 72 straight hours :P), the final image has been born.. yes, this is my favorite.. and it'll remain "Untitled" for now, as I am still looking for the right words to portray what I have envisioned, in a subtle way.

"Untitled"
Untitled - for now.




Wrapping up the series, I would like to thank Steph again for inviting me as part of the team, good planning, art direction and execution. Evon T, you're one great model to work with, am looking forward to work with you again. Prettyinwhite.com, for the awesome looking bridal gowns, and last but not least, Roo!! Remember me.. Uncle Barney! :P

8 comments:

Nicholas Leong said...

Since when did you become Uncle Barney?

Amino @ Lordmint said...

Since that day... :P

Kurt said...

Nice one LM. Like the backlight and the cool tone is approriate for the mood.

Amino @ Lordmint said...

thanks kurt.

Karlos said...

niceness!

libpuritan said...

lovely, min! =) care to share with me a view of this in b/w?

uncle barney!

Amino @ Lordmint said...

thanks karlos.

steph,
when we decided to shoot this, i noticed that the shadow looks very nice on the wall. a b&w conversion would look great with the shadows on the wall and the form that evon posed. i added a cool cast to give a heavenly or angelic feel to it, as opposed to red/hot of devil/hell. the ray was photoshopped from the top right of the frame to give it a sense of blessing from up top. plus, the shadow falls into the right spot on the wall if the ray is from that angle. :D

CADPHOBIA said...

nice.........