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A dress from Spring/Summer 2008 "La Dame Bleue" shows the bird designs tht inspired McQueen. He has made a beautiful cape that resemble an extended set of wings. I could perhaps incorporate some of the feathers that I made into the final outcome.

A dress from Spring/Summer 2008 "La Dame Bleue" shows the bird designs tht inspired McQueen. He has made a beautiful cape that resemble an extended set of wings. I could perhaps incorporate some of the feathers that I made into the final outcome.

Blood< why does it have to look so pretty when it's blood pouring into water? That's like against the rules

Blood< why does it have to look so pretty when it's blood pouring into water? That's like against the rules

The Moncler Autumn Winter campaign for 2015 is a beautiful Nordic mystery. Perhaps the best campaign imagery we’ve seen for years, with plenty of dark energy inspired from Nordic mythology. The photographer Annie Leibovitz travelled to South-East Iceland to shoot these incredible images with Pyper and ‘Lucky Blue’ Smith, who are sister and brother.

The Moncler Autumn Winter campaign for 2015 is a beautiful Nordic mystery. Perhaps the best campaign imagery we’ve seen for years, with plenty of dark energy inspired from Nordic mythology. The photographer Annie Leibovitz travelled to South-East Iceland to shoot these incredible images with Pyper and ‘Lucky Blue’ Smith, who are sister and brother.

Equine photography tips.  Expression – Focus on the eyes & nose that show the most emotion. Ensure the horses ears are pricked forward, Throw something small into the air or make a noise to grab their attention. Angle – Low angle is often best for action shots and silhouettes. But with portraits keep the camera level with the eyes of the horse or rider, this will give them both a more flattering appearance.

Equine photography tips. Expression – Focus on the eyes & nose that show the most emotion. Ensure the horses ears are pricked forward, Throw something small into the air or make a noise to grab their attention. Angle – Low angle is often best for action shots and silhouettes. But with portraits keep the camera level with the eyes of the horse or rider, this will give them both a more flattering appearance.

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