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Coward

Description

I looked through some photos I took a while ago and I decided to edit this film photo. Johanne, the girl in the photo is one of the most aesthetic people I know. The final image appeared after some time of just messing around with some different ideas. In reality she's looking at some trees near her home.
Right now the Danish politicians are very hostile towards refugees from Syria, and it seems like they're just looking quietly at the chaos happening right now. They've recently made ads in Lebanese newspapers that describe how badly and cynically refugees are treated by the Danish system. I couldn't disagree more with what they are doing right now.
  • Category : PHOTOGRAPHY
  • Year : 2015
  • Total Edition No : 1
  • Size : 1(W) x 1(H) cm
  • Posting : 2015. 08. 29

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MICHEL Roumy

I love this! Great Work.
2017. 12. 12

Bonnie yam

The figurative contents and nostalgic atmosphere seem contrasting each other in the monotonous style.
2016. 09. 26

Emma David

I love your political influence in this piece. The title really adds to the photo and I just love this.
2016. 05. 19

Clara Shin

Congrats! This original work is being featured at BBuzzArt Facebook page.
2016. 04. 19

JennyC

Since it is a black and white photo, overall it is a bit plain. However, its content is very strong and piercing.
2016. 04. 14

D.Daniel Croft, Jr. (Danny)

meh, the smoke is fine. I seriously don't see the big deal.
2015. 11. 04

Talita

yes i agree with cropping it to include the bulge of the smoke, and it would still allow the figure to be central. not a big deal though, just a small compositionql tweak;) such a nice image!
2015. 10. 28

D.Daniel Croft, Jr. (Danny)

I rather like this. I can't tell you why. but its comforting , I can't explain it
2015. 10. 22

Simon Peter Gower

I love this image. Personally I would have kept the smoke just inside the frame. It has a lovely feeling about it with the grain and focus. I like the way you can't figure out where it fits in time.
2015. 08. 30