Girl - Tattoowise
Las fotos de Guada (gracias, Guada) están hechas en el Centro Cultural de Arroyomolinos (gracias Luiso y Laura), el día 30 de octubre de 2004. Están iluminadas con tres flases de estudio (gracias Shida y Manuel por los flases y por colocarlos, es la mitad del trabajo :-) ) Model - Canon EOS 20D ExposureTime - 1/125 seconds FNumber - 8.00 ExposureProgram - Manual control ISOSpeedRatings - 100 FocalLength - 100-300@150 mm
[Taken in Paris (France) - 17Sep10]
This photo is part of a shooting I did during the 4th Parisian Tattoo Art Fest.
Most of the photos won't be shown here, being part of a book project.
So, better see it as a making-of shot.
See all the photos of this event, chronologically put, in this set : 17-19Sep10 - Tattoo Art Fest [Event]
See all the body art photos in this set : [Body Art]
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side view Done 12 January 2006 (unfinished)
All Hallows Eve Weekend, 2011 Texas Renaissance Festival, Todd Mission, Texas
I was sitting at my computer today, minding my own business (literally!) when my upper back decided to go all crazy-spasm-y. After a couple of hours of white-hot pain, I headed to the doc. He gave me some good drugs and sent me home to lay down with ice on my back. So, ouchy! But the drugs are making me feel at least more MELLOW about the ouchiness.
it was date night with my mannn
SXSW 2009 - 6th Street - Pulp Fiction Tattoo
Photo by Bill Oriani
She covets my favorite lens... The Sigma 10-20mm Wide Angle Shady Beach, Elk River, Missouri Shot this at 250mm from halfway in the river.
Three random tattoo ideas
ironically, for about a week after getting it, it looked red and terrible, and stung badly; i'm pretty sure the tattoo artist had some glycerin in the cleaning goop that he used afterwards. so...nothing was beautiful and everything hurt. :[ from "slaughterhouse five" by the late kurt vonnegut.
Taken January 2006, this museum is now closed and all the items have been auctioned off.