Photo: The Rebel

The Rebel
Sarah rebels against the no-smoking signs. I posed her for this; she didn’t notice the sign till afterwards. Somehow, we didn’t get in trouble. It was noon-time, but fortunately the light wasn’t too harsh.

This is from 35mm black-and-white film (developed, printed, and digitized). I decided to burn in sign (in Adobe Photoshop); it adds punch. Don’t smoke kids! Cigarettes are too expensive.

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2008-05-22 Update: This is on my new Gawker Artists page! Read more here.

Canon Elan IIe, EF 50mm 1:1.4, ERA 100 35mm film, 2008-02-29, the-rebel-rxt

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This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 License. Credit me as Richard X. Thripp and link here.

You can use the model’s likeness for anything not defamatory. You are one of my “licencees.”

5 thoughts on “Photo: The Rebel

  1. Awesome photo Richard… I just love black and white images. Especially ones with this sort of edge. I did a lot of photography while in art college and it’s something I am still very much interested in. And I just bought a new digital Canon EOS camera the other day and am getting back into photography again. It’s a lot of fun (-;

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