I’ll admit that this portrait is shot using artificial light. I might also have altered the image slightly using software. If you ever come across a woman looking like this, then quickly head for a new horizon..
Check out Paula’s post for more B&W Sunday stuff or WordPress for more horizons:
Back in June, I promised you that you’d see more of Magdalena Jewuła. I’m the kind of man who likes to keep his promises (well, probably not all of them – but at least I always try to keep them), so here she is again: the wonderful Magdalena Jewuła.
Magdalena Jewuła as Mountain Lion. Mountain Lion photo by Brad Wilson. Composite by CardinalGuzman.wordpress.com
This is a composite image that I made based on one of Brad Wilson’s photos of a mountain lion. If you don’t know his work, I suggest that you check out Brad Wilson’s studio portraits of wild animals. He’s got some truly brilliant photos. The human element here is a studio portrait that I shot of the model Magdalena Jewuła. The composite image is inspired by a work of the Italian experimental photographer Wanda Wulz (1903 – 1984).
I guess you can say that Wanda Wulz is my muse when it comes to composite images of felines and people.
See my previous Wanda Wulz inspired images, more muse related stuff and visit Brad Wilson’s website: