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One of the Most Surreal Images I’ve made

I just returned from my yearly festival for ARTnudes Network. One of the images I made there with the model Ella Rose is one of my most surreal to date. When pulling apart the Pos/Neg Type 85 Polaroid I decided to only solarize 1/2 of the image instead of the entire piece of film. What happened was a trip! I’m going to do this more often. This is just tripped out. Check out what it did to her torso. And the peel marks… how did they not affect her skin?

There is zero photoshop manipulation on this photograph. It’s all on the film.

© 2012 Zoe Wiseman - Model: Ella Rose

© 2012 Zoe Wiseman – Model: Ella Rose

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  1. annie January 24, 2013 at 1:55 pm #

    it is an “edge” effect… the mid-tone values (skin) don’t react.

    • Zoe January 24, 2013 at 4:15 pm #

      No. It is not an “edge” effect. This is a NEGATIVE remember those things? Yeah. It’s held to the sun to create this. There was ZERO photoshop performed on this image.

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