Photography is my Forte

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So, I just got Adobe Photoshop Lightroom and this is the result so far. I’m loving playing with it! weneedtofuckingerrupt - my awesome model and friend!  This photograph was originally taken with a 35mm film camera. After printing the photo, a photo was taken of the print and then transferred to the computer and edited until happiness!

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A wonderful model and photographer who is willing to do anything to get the perfect shot, even get in freezing cold creek water! 

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nudepageant:

…and the Manifestation of detachment hath shone forth

nudepageant:

…and the Manifestation of detachment hath shone forth

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praisepizza:

Photographs of dancers taken with long exposure 

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electrichonne:

Parakeet - National Geographic Photo Contest 2012

electrichonne:

Parakeet - National Geographic Photo Contest 2012

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historiated:

Doorway from Moutiers-Saint-JeanMade in Burgundy, Francecirca 1250Limestone
'According to tradition, the monastery of Moutiers-Saint-Jean was founded by the first Christian kings of France, Clovis I and his son Clothar I. They are almost certainly depicted in the standing figures presenting their charters, now installed in the embrasures on either side of the portal. The small seated figures in the flanking niches represent biblical personages believed to prefigure or foretell Christ's Crucifixion. The tympanum above the doorway depicts Christ crowning the Virgin as the Queen of Heaven. This portal, probably from the north aisle of the cloister, would have led from the monastic precinct into the abbey church. The portal suffered severe damage during the sixteenth-century Wars of Religion; the heads of the two kings may have been repaired in the seventeenth century.'
The doorway is in the collection of The Cloisters, The Metropolitan Museum of Art. Description and image taken from the Met’s website, where you can zoom in on photos of the doorway.
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historiated:

Doorway from Moutiers-Saint-Jean
Made in Burgundy, France
circa 1250
Limestone

'According to tradition, the monastery of Moutiers-Saint-Jean was founded by the first Christian kings of France, Clovis I and his son Clothar I. They are almost certainly depicted in the standing figures presenting their charters, now installed in the embrasures on either side of the portal. The small seated figures in the flanking niches represent biblical personages believed to prefigure or foretell Christ's Crucifixion. The tympanum above the doorway depicts Christ crowning the Virgin as the Queen of Heaven. This portal, probably from the north aisle of the cloister, would have led from the monastic precinct into the abbey church. The portal suffered severe damage during the sixteenth-century Wars of Religion; the heads of the two kings may have been repaired in the seventeenth century.'

The doorway is in the collection of The Cloisters, The Metropolitan Museum of Art. Description and image taken from the Met’s website, where you can zoom in on photos of the doorway.

(**Tour 5/5)

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I’m hoping to win a photography competition with one of these. 

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