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The Raven - Part 6The Raven - Part 6 by ElyneNoir
" This I sat engaged in guessing
but no syllable expressing
To the fowl whose fiery eyes
now burned into my bosom's core;
This and more I sat divining
with my head at ease reclining
On the cushion's velvet lining
that the lamp-light gloated o'er,
But whose velvet violet lining
Conceptual Spotlight Vol. 133MarinaCoric'sConceptual Spotlight Vol. 133 by MarinaCoric
Spotlight Vol. 133
Reluctant protector of the realm
Caught in a fishnet
Without Montage Without Name
composure behind combustion
I'm a self taught photographer. |
I've graduated from Graphics and Media technology in Ljubljana.
On June 2th i've started a 365 project. I decided that i will shoot self-portraits to improve myself in photography, Photoshop and that i would find my style - my passion.
The first chapter of my project i was looking for myself - what i want to tell with my photos... and i realised that i want to make photos with meaning, with some story behind it. But some of the things i wanted to express through my photos, were out of my reach, until i learned photoshop a little better and i finnaly understood how to shoot some of the things i want. And then i realised, that i love making fine art photographs, with dark, expressive stories, that are wandering through my mind. And i love to use square format, because i want to create something between photograph and painting.
I'm still learning so much through every photo, but i know now what i love to do
I still want to shoot portraits, concerts, bands, but i know now, that i'm hooked on self-portraiting and telling stories I think that everything that i learned so far, and i will learn on my path through this project, will only helped me in my career as a photographer, which i want to pursue.
I also have a shop, where you can buy my prints, cards, calendar...:
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My portfolio: 500px.com/AnjaMatko
Photo blog: anjamatko.blogspot.com/