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Interesting, money making, and inspiring.

 

I wish I had taken them.

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This are great images and something to aspire to.

 

If only I knew how...but as Bill says, Inspiring

 

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Very inspiring and creative,  I would like to  have the ability to take even a few images like that!

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Very inspiring and creative,  I would like to  have the ability to take even a few images like that!

Some of them are "taken".  Most are "made".  I too wish I had more interest in producing concepts like that.

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Just checked and he is not a forum member.

 

Gives him more time to produce lovely images. :)

 

Allan

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Just checked and he is not a forum member.

 

Gives him more time to produce lovely images. :)

 

Allan

At last, the secret of becoming a "top shooter" revealed!

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Very inspiring and creative,  I would like to  have the ability to take even a few images like that!

Some of them are "taken".  Most are "made".  I too wish I had more interest in producing concepts like that.

 

 

He was a designer who studied art and design and learned photoshop before becoming, in Alamy's awful language, a 'shooter'.

 

Interesting to compare with Elena Dorfman who is equally thought provoking in my view, but more subtle:

 

http://www.alamy.com/galleries/Elena-Dorfman

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I like Sean Gladwell`s work very much.

Sadly not keen on Elena Dorfman`s.

Particularity the use of semi naked children.

Also surprised Alamy allows pictures of semi nude children ? 

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Love Dorfman's work, especially her portraiture (not represented on Alamy). Not as keen on Gladwell, although his imagination and technical skill with Photoshop is impressive.

 

And I for one am not surprised, and fully support, that Dorfman's portfolio here hasn't been censored.

 

dd

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well, that is impressive: a lot of time on each image and no repeats or similars, so 8000+ is a really big body of work. A bit slick here and there perhaps, but we don't all do the same thing.

 

I need a little lie down just thinking about how much work has gone into that collection. And he does loads of video as well!

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I like Sean Gladwell`s work very much.

Sadly not keen on Elena Dorfman`s.

Particularity the use of semi naked children.

Also surprised Alamy allows pictures of semi nude children ? 

 

Love Dorfman's work, especially her portraiture (not represented on Alamy). Not as keen on Gladwell, although his imagination and technical skill with Photoshop is impressive.

 

And I for one am not surprised, and fully support, that Dorfman's portfolio here hasn't been censored.

 

dd

Three images out of 150?

Because they're not indecent.

DD, I would expect UK law applies here. I don't know what your national laws say.

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our national laws wouldn't touch such trivia as mentioned above, although some would probably try to have it do so . . . what is illegal in Australia is the exploitative sexual depiction of minors.

 

Bill Henson, prominent Australian photographer, has had exhibitions closed both here and, I think, in UK (forgive me if I'm wrong on the UK closure) . . . "they" tried to have him prosecuted over an exhibition once, even had the Aus Prime Minister, who later admitted never even seeing the work, describe it as disgusting and of no artistic merit . . . ah, the lure of cheap votes . . . but in the end the Classification Board deemed the images were not obscene and were suitable for viewing by kids under 16 with parental guidance. No charges of course. But still his work causes much angst to some.

 

dd

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