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NothingIsRealButTheGirl

Posts: 34746

Los Angeles, California, US

May 27 12 11:13 pm Link

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Mike Kelcher

Posts: 13045

Minneapolis, Minnesota, US

The photographic artist has found a niche to exploit in terms of making a living. The posing, lighting, artistic and technical qualities are quite good. However, it's seems a lot like being in a rut of  non-creative repitition.

May 27 12 11:18 pm Link

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NothingIsRealButTheGirl

Posts: 34746

Los Angeles, California, US

Mike Kelcher wrote:
The photographic artist has found a niche to exploit in terms of making a living. The posing, lighting, artistic and technical qualities are quite good. However, it's seems a lot like being in a rut of  non-creative repitition.

This work is by the same guy -

http://www.mymodernmet.com/profiles/blo … therapy-18

May 27 12 11:45 pm Link

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descending chain

Posts: 1252

Fullerton, California, US

It's ok, but I prefer the work by Desiree Dolron

May 28 12 04:13 am Link

Photographer

The Signature Image

Posts: 12055

Gorham, Maine, US

descending chain wrote:
It's ok, but I prefer the work by Desiree Dolron

My God, her work is stunning!

May 28 12 05:27 am Link

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NothingIsRealButTheGirl

Posts: 34746

Los Angeles, California, US

descending chain wrote:
It's ok, but I prefer the work by Desiree Dolron

That's nice and everything, but it doesn't match the work of Nina Katchadourian

May 28 12 08:29 am Link