Photos by Tom Hines. Oozing Hitchcock, so cinematic. LOVE it.
oh my goodness, these are the best!
i love it too
I love story telling so these pictures appeal to me way more than most pictures on this site. Its always better to leave the viewer feeling like there is more to it. Like this is a small piece of a larger picture.
Well done. These are truly inspiring.
all just a tiny bit surreal but not enough for it to strike you imediatly, and i LOVE the fairytale referances.
sorry, last post was a quite illiterate
Good work. But these kind of photos have been exaustically used. I think photography needs some imagetic manipulation, like Holger Pooten and other did. Check it out: http://revista-apes.blogspot.com/2009/04/holger-pooten.html
you made up some pretty crazy words there haha. exaustically and imagetic, i like it.
regarding your suggestions, i think it’s a matter of taste, i personally don’t like a lot of special effects/post-process work. the mood created here is mostly due to the clothing, locations, and the photographer’s eye
very original fashion photography, I really like it
thanks for sharing
I love these.
I hate the Holger Pooten.
But, Jeff’s right.
It’s all to do with personal taste.
This is pretty much fashion photography at it’s best.
-the Rapunzel ones made me laugh. I just love how effective the narrative is in these.
I love these. So much personality in each shot.
Either way there is so much spontaneity and play in these images and that is what makes them so engaging. Its fashion off the runway in domestic settings. Probably his best work
Awesome photos… I agree, they are very hitchcock worthy. Hope you don’t mind if I use one for wall paper xx
Although each picture stands on its own, but together have a different meaning.
Looovin it. :]
these are lovely.
i loved the story, humorous and fashion
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I’m lovin it..
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very nice. i like how the colors are washed out.
Wow these are great!
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