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Affiche Bouge ton popotin #1

Affiche Bouge ton popotin #1

La princesse de Clèves, Mme de Lafayette. ''Enfin il n'y a plus en moi ni de calme, ni de raison.''

La princesse de Clèves, Mme de Lafayette. ''Enfin il n'y a plus en moi ni de calme, ni de raison.''

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The Enchanted Storybook

The Enchanted Storybook

She watched the gala from her high perch, watching the privileged and elite gorge on their wealth #amwriting

She watched the gala from her high perch, watching the privileged and elite gorge on their wealth #amwriting

scentoforangeblossoms: by Evita Goze

scentoforangeblossoms: by Evita Goze

lousey: “brown/modern blog :) ”

lousey: “brown/modern blog :) ”

A more masculine prop...must find something similar!

A more masculine prop...must find something similar!

Suki Waterhouse models French Connection.  I like the contrasting background here to bring out the white outfit.  I also like the bright lighting, I prefer less moody shots as I feel it shows off the outfits more. I also like that the only shadow is hers.  The picture has a very light and easy feeling to it with the only mood being brought in by Suki's facial expression. I think a soft box has been used due to the softness of her skin and shadow.

Suki Waterhouse models French Connection. I like the contrasting background here to bring out the white outfit. I also like the bright lighting, I prefer less moody shots as I feel it shows off the outfits more. I also like that the only shadow is hers. The picture has a very light and easy feeling to it with the only mood being brought in by Suki's facial expression. I think a soft box has been used due to the softness of her skin and shadow.

Portrait of American dancer and choreographer Bob Fosse (1927 - 1987) as he sits on a folding chair in front of a mirror at the Broadway Arts Studio (1755 Broadway at 55th Street), New York, New York, January 30, 1980.

Portrait of American dancer and choreographer Bob Fosse (1927 - 1987) as he sits on a folding chair in front of a mirror at the Broadway Arts Studio (1755 Broadway at 55th Street), New York, New York, January 30, 1980.