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Woman Through Glass Bricks

Posted by
Stephen Phillips (San Francisco, United States) on 24 February 2010 in Abstract & Conceptual and Portfolio.

model: NiCole - studio session - ( 2010 )

An abstract and conceptual image from our session on Saturday in Sacramento. Another very different image of NiCole from this session on Wednesday (mild nudity)

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Calusarus from St Sorlin en Valloire, France

Very nice idea. I like the result

24 Feb 2010 5:39am

Paco Díaz from Palma de Mallorca, Spain

Perfecta, amigo. I like very much the squared veiled image, it remembers me some scene of the cinema.

24 Feb 2010 6:21am

yz from Budapest, Hungary

in movies the murderer is now behind her, muhaha

24 Feb 2010 7:33am

itzmedeepa from kerala, India

nice shot

24 Feb 2010 11:45am

Ralph Jones from Detroit, United States

Very nicely composed, with just a hint of mystery.

24 Feb 2010 2:03pm

@Ralph Jones: Thanks, Ralph. NiCole adds more than 'a hint' of mystery - which is why she's such a splendid model to work with.

Anthony Morgan Lambert from Bielefeld(old West Wales boy), Germany

Great idea Stephen !!

24 Feb 2010 2:26pm

Alun from cheshire, United Kingdom

Love this, great idea

24 Feb 2010 2:35pm

Rui from Leiria, Portugal

Love this! This a challenge to everyone's imagination... a hint of suspense! Well done Stephen!

24 Feb 2010 3:31pm

alex centrella from California, United States

i like this.. leaves room for the imagination ....

24 Feb 2010 4:23pm

Tamara from Aarschot, Belgium

I always loved these glass brick walls, the effect of surprise in your shot is great ;) Well done !

24 Feb 2010 5:15pm

dobbino from Cape Town, South Africa

Very provocative image! Cleverly done - and thanks for the data for yesterdays image - appreciated!

24 Feb 2010 6:55pm

dj.tigersprout from New York City, United States

faaabulous intriguing!!! hello Stephen!!!! :) sorry to be gone so long! i am trying to figure out what comes next -- think it is time to move on. no longer want a daily blog and am 'shooting' for more of a professional portfolio that displays bigger with better resolution and other sorts of functionality...!!! will keep you posted when i find what it is i am after -- all the best to you, stay in touch! we still have facebook!!! :) cheers mate!!!

24 Feb 2010 8:03pm

@dj.tigersprout: I'll say I fully understand - wish you well in your search - and encourage you to share you discoveries. Stay in touch friend...

Viewfinder from Bradenton, FL, United States

Two types of geometry; both nice.

24 Feb 2010 8:07pm

philippe from moselle, France

belle idée , très graphique !!!

24 Feb 2010 8:43pm

Susan from Fort Lauderdale, FL, United States

wonderful job stephen......quite inventive, to shoot her behind this wonderful glass!!! it's really an intriguing image, and I like it alot!!!
40d update...outside of camera in excellent condition, inside looks like it went thru a dust storm!!! he's cutting me a break on the full blown cleaning, cause he feels bad that i got sold something in this condition.....but he said that even with the price of the cleaning, i still got an awesome deal, not to be beat anywhere, and once he's done with the camera, it'll be like new!!!! so.....after looking around to see if there's another body out there, in excellent condition, and finding nothing that comes close to what I paid, i told him to go ahead, clean her up, and i'll have it back on friday everyone's (me and the nice camera guy) happy!!! I'm just glad that there was nothing "wrong" with the sensor....cause it only took me a week to really fall in love with this new camera........does so much more than the rebel, and much more user friendly....especially for someone like me, who's close - up vision impaired!!!

24 Feb 2010 11:17pm

@Susan: Thanks for the update and - again - congratulations! The 40D is built so much better than the rebel series. This makes sense as you really do get what you pay for. Canon gets high marks for all of the features they provide on the rebel for the price. But to do this - metal parts become plastic. - - - Bottom line - I'm glad you found a camera 'good guy' that is taking care of you and that you and your 'new love' will reunite very soon!

Paul from summerside, Canada

Those darn bricks lol great shot

24 Feb 2010 11:55pm

sherri from Little Rock, Arkansas, United States

Very effective. A little mystery in more sensual in my opinion.

25 Feb 2010 4:48am

@sherri: Thanks, Sherri - there is absolutely no doubt about it!

jpdm from Pignans, France

great through the light and glass

25 Feb 2010 4:54am

John Maslowski from Dallas, PA, United States

The lighting, patterns and glass create such a beautiful effect. Excellent image Stephen so very appealing and sensuous.

25 Feb 2010 6:48pm