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NIKON CORPORATION
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LC: Growing Voodoo by Salemburn LC: Growing Voodoo by Salemburn
Part of the Living Canvas Series, an experiment in slide projectors against bare skin... I thought it turned out quite well! :) Special thanks to Bill and Tara for helping this happen!

I posted the original of this a while back, just thought you all might want to see the color version as well...
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printsILike Featured By Owner Jun 28, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
Awesome :wow:
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Blueskye27 Featured By Owner Jan 13, 2009  Hobbyist Writer
You've been featured here. :heart:
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Salemburn Featured By Owner Jan 14, 2009  Professional Photographer
And you rock! :D
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Blueskye27 Featured By Owner Jan 14, 2009  Hobbyist Writer
:w00t:
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hamletspants Featured By Owner Jan 11, 2009
I think the color is much more powerful also.
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Salemburn Featured By Owner Jan 16, 2009  Professional Photographer
I'm torn between the two, I really like the B&W because of the whole skull quality to it, but I think this one has a little better clarity... Hmmmm....
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hamletspants Featured By Owner Jan 17, 2009
I see what you're saying - the B&W actually carries a very very voodoo feel to it, and T's eyes look very -- I dunno, zombified -- in the B&W white, which only adds to that theme. The color does make for better clarity, perhaps at a loss to that narrative and emotive power?
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Salemburn Featured By Owner Jan 22, 2009  Professional Photographer
Quite possibly.... An interesting hypothosis... :)
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Daakmore Featured By Owner Jan 10, 2009
Interesting, with the color in it looks more like you can see the muscles under the skin as a opposed to the more skeletal black and white.
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Salemburn Featured By Owner Jan 11, 2009  Professional Photographer
I loved the optical illusion this one presented, I was a lucky happenstance... :)
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