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EFFP View Magazine : Paul Felton Design, I like how it's monochrome, this is similar to what I want to do, but I want to add bits of colour here and there.

EFFP View Magazine : Paul Felton Design, I like how it's monochrome, this is similar to what I want to do, but I want to add bits of colour here and there.

High/Low - This photo is perfect. The shoe looks GIANT, but awesome. It's not so distracting that you can't understand what's going on. To me, it could be a clever fashion ad for the shoe, in a way. I also love the fact that it is in black and white because I think the contrast works in its favor. The shoe definitely looks larger than life and makes the viewer feel small.

TK; Black & White! Dramatic Model Pose creating a striking silhouette in a Versace dress; photoshoot idea // fashion photography by Nick Knight

#EditorialDesign I like how on the middle one the left page is covered with the design. It fills the page and especially with a white page it looks attractive. Very simple idea

Welcome to my blog. And don't be so quick to judge me. You only see what I choose to show you. Mom and girl next door. Life isn't fair but, it can still be amazing. So stay open to the gifts tomorrow brings. enjoy sensualisima..And thank you for stopping

“Three Rivers Deep” series

*** Three Rivers Deep (book series) "A two-souled girl begins a journey of self-discovery..." synopsis: https://threeriversdeep.wordpress.com/three-rivers-deep-book-one-overview/ pic source: blog

Blushington Halloween Makeup; Curtis Kulig at Scion AV

This photo uses shadows to add contrast. The shadows also give the illusion that the woman's eyelashes, lips, and no are larger than what they really are. I think the photographer wanted the viewers to feel empowered by beauty and to be larger than life.