lets say that to tear a painting is the kill the person trapped inside it. what if they could reach out and tear the painting themselves to be lost forever? follow4follow <3

lets say that to tear a painting is the kill the person trapped inside it. what if they could reach out and tear the painting themselves to be lost forever? Its a loss of person self - very deep message.

Interesting idea for a collection of photos. This showed someone emotionally apart and shows someone reaching out, perhaps for help. This is a moving photo with deep meaning.

I chose this picture because depth of field was a good element to add to this picture because it adds so much emphasis on the hand and splashing water.

Alix Malka #photography #fashon The bright colors against the woman's dark skin creates a beautiful contrast between. I like this piece because the skin is very natural, while the colors appear to be the opposite.

25 Fantastic and Flashy Fashion Photography examples by Alix Malka

Alix Malka The bright colors against the woman's dark skin creates a beautiful contrast between. I like this piece because the skin is very natural, while the colors appear to be the opposite.

Double Exposure Portraits by Alon Avissar | Inspiration Grid | Design Inspiration

Double Exposure Portraits by Alon Avissar

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Where did he go: In Sad Ailment / Mental Disease, the photographer is looking in the mirror, but his reflection is blurred

Photographer captures his depression in series of self-portraits

Depression Illustrated through Surreal Self-Portraits Edward Honaker is a talented photographer based in California. Two years ago, the young man was diagnosed with depression.

- Press my own face against printer/ ask someone else to & then print in black and white. - Put some sort of cling film/ cellophane over scanner to create trapped effect. - Experiment with different facial expressions/positions/materials/colour.

– Press my own face against printer/ ask someone else to & then print in black and white. – Put some sort of cling film/ cellophane over scanner to create trapped effect. – Experiment with different facial expressions/positions/materials/colour.

Jonni Cheatwood’s work is often in the form of geometric abstraction, but his recent series entitled Grace displays his unique take on self portraits. By pouring brightly coloured acrylic paint down a black and white image of himself he’s created a rather striking set of abstract images that maintain his anonymity.

"This photo relates to my theme 'Apart and Together' because the colours dripping down from the models head could represent how they are falling apart emotionally" - unknown

London-based photographer and filmmaker Klaus Thymann exhibits his latest work 'After the Crash,' which is based around diffraction-limited and fusion of lasers. The exhibit takes a look at combining art and science while experimenting with modern versions of digital photography. (His art and photos are really interesting and inspiring yet provoking )

Color Power Photography

Photographer and Filmmaker Klaus Thymann exhibits his lastest work Photos 1 - Color Power Photography pictures, photos, images

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Neon Photography & Digital Retouching by Slava Thisset

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