Tuesday, September 28, 2010

Visible and invisible

Shot with Hasselblad H3D-II 39 with HC 120/4 Makro, the thin mesh the model held in fornt of her was to create a soft screen so the the picture is less naked, although one may said the screen does not hide away much, which is true.
But with or without a screen inf front of the model made a huge difference. The use of screen not only made the final picture a little more mysterious, but also less naked, and add a little sense of distance.  Even with medium format digital where the depth of field is extremely shallow, the sharpness of the screen and the beautiful model herself is still well reserved.
The reflective coating on the screen also worked to give the final image a little extra dimension, although it is something really difficult to control through viewfinder, and also because it is constantly moving.  This final image is one of a few captures made to achieve the look I want, and I ahve some luck here.

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