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Story: This photo I've taken during a sunny summer day at the pool by my sister in law. Now, a few weeks later, I've looked trough my photo sets and this portrait of my brother stood out of all other. I've turned the photo into a B&W one and made some smooth adjustments of contrast and sharpness. Technical Information: Canon EOS 400D with EF-S 55-250mm Copyright © Sven Kellenberger. All rights reserved. Please note that the fact that "This photo is public" doesn't mean it is public domain or a free stock image. Therefore, its use without written consent by the author is illegal.
Photo by: Sven Kellenberger
He’s been talking about getting this tattoo for years. I grew up with Marvel comics of the 60s and 70s – Spidey, the Fantastic Four, the Avengers, the original pre-Wolverine X-men. (I cherished my Neal Adams back issues.) The Watchmen mostly finished off superhero comics for me. I thought it was pretty much the last word on the subject. My brother was seven when DC published Alan Moore’s masterpiece in 1986 and grew up reading post-Watchmen superhero comics. My brother grew up loyal to DC comics. Of course, I have a huge place in my heart for Batman, Superman and Wonder Woman, and Marlon always loved Spiderman and the Hulk. I helped him adapt the logo to a tattoo, and the tattoo artist seems to have done okay. Marlon paid for the tattoo by doing some work for the tattoo parlour.
Photo by: Kevin Steele
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