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Warning: Disturbing Images / Shallow Grave (MOCK)

Discussion in 'Miscellany' started by EdinburghGary, Aug 29, 2008.

  1. Hi Guys,

    I wanted to enter a competition, the theme "Decay....so I decided to try and think outside the box, sorry if this offends anyone!

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    And....just for fun :D 

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    And a few of another friend!

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    Had a great time! I realise these are risky and quite gritty, but I did not want to do the same as all the other enrants, with dead plants, and urban decay etc. I felt this set would fit the theme perfectly...


  2. Tektrnica

    Tektrnica Guest

    I love them, i love all the gritty and darkness of them, converying a very decayed and dark mood, I like my photography MORE than just a photo... In all these photos the message is loud and clear, and very stunning/shocking. Well taken, well done. :D 
  3. Enjoyed the series! #2 and #4 are my favorites!
  4. Hey Gary -

    I liked all of these - yours and those from your friend.

    Nice selective coloring, subjects, and DOF.

    Rather like a dark turn on a day at the beach, being partially covered with earth instead of sand!

    Good work.

  5. Cheers mate,

    Ian was the subject in the second set, I took all the photos.

  6. Gary -

    Gotcha on that - misread yer "of" to mean "by" . . .

    Good stuff - nice venues, btw.

    Must get all the way up there one of these days - about 20 yrs. ago I made it up as far north as Newcastle, and then ventured out a bit farther along Hadrian's Wall, but didn't cross it (much).

  7. Spectre


    Feb 20, 2008
    Really nice, I like the mood in these a lot. It is very cool that you have someone who is willing to go to that extent to work with your vision.
  8. Sick, twisted, nasty stuff and I love all of them. I would have added some liquid latex for a peeling skin effect and maybe some black for a true decay look but these are good. Good darkside stuff. I hope you do well in the contest.

    I can't believe you found people who would let you bury them. True friends.
  9. Beside Thinking outside the box.you burry your friend also out of a box?
    Verry good and dareing theme.!
    Pictures are very realistic.Good that you place a few pic of your "victims' sipping their tea else i would have had other thoughts.
  10. spoot


    Aug 29, 2007
    I really like the composition of all of them. Really good processing too.
  11. Sapiro

    Sapiro Guest

    I'm not offended at all.

    I love the images and the contrast. I prefer edgy, thanks
  12. They are very believable... nice job and great quality!
  13. shtarka1


    Feb 1, 2008
    Great Selective Focus! Excellent Morbidity!!
  14. Zee71


    Apr 1, 2007
    Queens, NY
    Cool series, the wheel barrel in #1 covers the body a little too much in view, and the selective coloring of the green grass just doesn't work for me. Overall, great work!
  15. waltny


    Mar 27, 2008
    Reno, NV
    Really like this series. Well done and outside the norm.
  16. These are outstanding. Composition, exposure, PP, everything. Thanks for sharing.
  17. Love the creativity, great composition! I would be proud to have such a series!
  18. pirahnah3


    Feb 22, 2008
    i msut say i was going to just pass on this but im glad i didnt nice work and great composition to them
  19. NaOH

    NaOH Guest

    Nice job. I like them.
  20. latazyo


    Apr 23, 2008
    this is a great series of photos

    I like the first one the best, however the selective coloring keeps me from thinking of decay...it kind of symbolizes growth to me

    I think number one would be a better representation of decay if it were all BW, but that is totally just my personal opinion, so please take it as that
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