This week we return to underwater images, but with different models, and in color. This is from a couples shoot earlier this month. The image has been processed in PhotoShop to create a cross process effect. For those of you who are not photographers, cross processing is a film based technique that involves shooting on film for prints but processing the image in chemicals intended for slide film or vice versa. Using the "wrong" chemicals creates interesting effects with colors and usually increases contrast. Although I usually stay within the black and white color palate, some of the underwater images from this shoot grabbed me by the collar and insisted they be rendered in color.
Should I venture more often into color images? I would love to hear from you.
This image features the angelic form of Dwain, easily one of the most beautiful and talented models I have worked with. Not only was his physical condition impeccable, not only is his face gorgeous, he is is also extremely intelligent and creative. It's a killer combination that shows in all his work.
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