Eva van’t Loo, straight from the Booooooom Flickr Pool.
on the first one, what’s on top of her head?
All these photographs are beginninging to look the same. I mean, look at the last dozen photography posts. You could tell me they were the same photogropher and i wouldnt be the wiser. Just sayin’.
i’ve posted some photogs with similar style lately but its interesting you made the comment on this post i actually thought there was quite a variety in this set – fair criticism though
I Love It!
I think these are the best photos I saw in a long time!
Altough the styles are quite the same of whats lately been posted here.
This set has a nice twist in it, nice variety!
i have really liked the latest set of photographers you have been featuring lately, actually. i think they are a nice range, but all have a specific realness and unconventional “difficult” beauty to them. nothing artificial or overly photoshopped. good work.
^ yea i think that’s what i like, just really simple stuff – beauty in the everyday, often mundane things. i dont mind a bit of photoshop tweaking, less is more
and photos of things that are stripped of their normally boring context – that third shot is of a yoga ball if im not mistaken but it looks magical
i don’t mind that they’re similar styles; it’s the style i enjoy! :) thank you very much!
heej eva ;)
via mijn bronnen kom ik aan jouw site haha! Leuke/mooie fotos maak je zeg!
hoe is het ermee? Daar helemaal in Zwolle? Ga je van de zomer weer naar Nieuwvliet komen en werken bij Caricole? Ik wel!:)
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