Self-Portrait, 2005 (Glow)

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© Ernest McLeod
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Photo Info
UploadedSeptember 26, 2006
TakenSeptember 14, 2005
Exposure1/118 sec at f/4.5
FlashNo Flash
Focal Length8.9 mm
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For me, this self-portrait was about revealing and concealing everything at the same time, the tension between these contrary impulses. I also wanted to see what would happen if I stood in the light that blasts through my bathroom window on sunny late afternoons.

4 responses

  • Vanessa Marie Gonzalez

    Vanessa Marie Gonzalez gave props (5 Sep 2007):

    I like this shot although it looks like you're up to something if you catch my drift!

  • Sean-Michael Gettys

    Sean-Michael Gettys gave props (2 Jan 2008):

    I like this shot. On first glance it looks a bit "naughty" but I love the way you played with light and dark, revealing while concealing

  • Alex Ojeda

    Alex Ojeda gave props (4 Feb 2009):

    I think it turned out great

  • John Dominic Barbarino

    John Dominic Barbarino said (5 Jan 2011):

    The door knob and the wall tile make this photo work very well. Could title this one: "At Ease." And, getting angle of door knob to wall angle work with auto-timer is not exactly an easy accomplishment. The clear glass knob also is an add. It is in the details. Good catch.

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