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Stare into my soul by Healzo Stare into my soul by Healzo

What do you see?


Used some red+ a little black paint to create fake blood.
This is the B/W version of [link] :aww:

Equipment:
Canon eos 350D
Canon EF 50 mm f: 1.8 II
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:iconcinnamonizedsnow:
very nice, i wonder how you have created all these shadows surrounding the little boy?
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:iconheartsandfaces:
This reminds me of "Lord of the Flies", both the b&w and colour version, partly because the kids actually painted their faces and the lack of strong emotion in his face. The children with painted faces were suppose to have lost their morality and I see that quite well.

I actually didn't like the book that much but I do like this shot.
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Healzo Oct 2, 2009  Hobbyist Photographer
Thanks a lot :aww:
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:iconthemikeguy:
Hmm, I really think it will look better if you keep in the colour for the red around his eyes, I would love that.

Other than that, I really do like this picture, his expression is so, mysterisously depressing. And his hair, it is imperfect, but that is what I like about it. Perfection would just take away from the mood of this picture.
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Healzo Jun 16, 2009  Hobbyist Photographer
thanks:)
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Mokhi Jun 8, 2009  Student Photographer
hehe nicely shot
:)
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:iconc-h-e-r-r-y:
bw version is better. ; >>
and genrally it's really good.:)
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:iconvenicequeenf:
Beautiful.
I love the strong contrasts and the lighting
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untitled-bin Jun 6, 2009  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
this ones a lot more expressive in black & white i think it seems more intense ^^ very good job again!
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