Since I got a request for more of the figure studies, I thought I’d post a few. These were all done on the old Polaroid Type 55 Positive/Negative film. What made Type 55 unique was the fact you could produce both a print and a re-useable negative. The catch always was that you got either a good negative and an overexposed print, or a good print and a thin negative. I think most people opted for the blown-out print, because the stuff was too expensive to throw away the negative.
4 thoughts on “More Figure Studies (For Juliette)”
Beautiful. Thank you. The light and shadows, forms and composition are perfect.
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Today is a day for sharing. I’ve been following dcphotoartist for a while (great blog you should check out). Scott Davis has shared some absolutely beautiful figures. Check it out – you’ll be glad you did.
Very interesting, these pictures, I have to say. I enjoyed watching the photographs. Nicely done.
Gorgeous work. Perhaps I don’t subscribe to enough photographic blogs, but it’s refreshing to see the male body observed so beautifully.