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Image Title:  Leprosy
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 By: Andrew Haworth  
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Photographer  Andrew Haworth {Karma:356}
Project #31 The Square Image Camera Model Kiev 60
Categories Photoart
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Portfolio Lens Arsat 80mm
Uploaded 5/1/2003 Film / Memory Type Ilford FP4
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About I covered my hands and arms in plaster of Paris, allowed it to dry, then crackled it. I had someone trip the shutter. The photo shoot ended in agony, as plaster doesn't just wash off. My arms were hairless months afterwards. I printed this on Ilford Warmtone FB with a filed-out negative carrier to get the edge effect.
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There are 21 Comments in 1 Pages
Francesco Claudio Cipolletta Francesco Claudio Cipolletta   {K:2641} 4/30/2005
Magnific shot. Great darkroom work. Compliments ;)



Siddharth Siva   {K:3327} 11/1/2004
very cool picture!

isnt it politically incorrect and just a little insensitive to call it leprosy?


Marcin Gorski   {K:12388} 7/20/2004


Hakan Aker   {K:14146} 5/12/2003
Excellent composition...very strong shot indeed


Dan Bachmann   {K:931} 5/4/2003
A great idea. Top rating for originality!


M *   {K:2614} 5/3/2003
I think that this is very interesting and would like to see some more takes on this photograph. Great shot. all your photos are great.


MaryBell    {K:32791} 5/2/2003
It was most definitely worth it...


sept sea   {K:2569} 5/2/2003


deniz kaan copur   {K:12726} 5/2/2003
excellent! excellent! excellent!


- simos -   {K:9354} 5/1/2003
Excellent work! good idea...
regards, simo


shelby koning   {K:5450} 5/1/2003
I remember this image and still love it, suffer for the sake of art, it was worth it I'm sure!


Katie Ray   {K:1618} 5/1/2003
great image and idea. next time maybe you should try paint instead of plaster, for your arms sake hehe.


Jonathan Kane   {K:10641} 5/1/2003
Great!! It was totally worth it. I don't want to sound mean but now I want to see you do it to your face.


emil schildt   {K:427} 5/1/2003
we have to suffer for the sake of ART - doesn't we..
well done SIR


Fabio Keiner   {K:81109} 5/1/2003
so it was the adequate punishment for playing a leper
nevermind, it keeps shocking for good

(next time mud or clay would work better, sometimes with even more subtle effects - like body-painting. the whole experiment would be worth more exploration, i.e. on the body, in the face, drawing lines and patterns, etc.
or converting the model into a somehow bizarre statue?


Carole Bradford   {K:10715} 5/1/2003
So dramatic! Great composition and appeal!


Andrew Caldwell Andrew Caldwell   {K:18307} 5/1/2003
Effective texture study. I like the smudgy frame.


Olivia Viveros   {K:1737} 5/1/2003
Very nice texture and contrast.


Suvomoy Mitra   {K:8369} 5/1/2003
very expressive, powerful


Angelo Grandi   {K:884} 5/1/2003
molto bella


marco biancardi   {K:10582} 5/1/2003
a very dramatic effect ! regards, marco.




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