Kirsty Mitchell Returns With This Spectacular Entry In The Wonderland Series Finale

Kirsty Mitchell Returns With This Spectacular Entry In The Wonderland Series Finale

Kirsty Mitchell should need no introduction. She is an acclaimed photographer who almost seems to know no bounds to her creativity. As an inspiration to many, her Wonderland series showcases some immaculate photography and conceptual execution. It all started in 2009 to honor her late mother and has now lead to this. 

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This photograph is the first entry in the last chapter of the Wonderland project, Gaia, The Birth of an End.

The behind the scenes video showcases some of the work that went into creating this piece.

If this has intrigued you in any way, you have to check out the blog post on her website that goes into detail about what went into it. I've intentionally left out the full story so you can be amazed as I was when reading through it. I am sure you will be amazed at just how long this piece took to make along with the amount of detail that was put in. You can check it out here:

http://www.kirstymitchellphotography.com/diary/?p=2359

 

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5 Comments

Adam T's picture

I want to wear that hat to the grocery store!

i like the photo. maybe a bit to much dodge and burn on the hands and face for my liking but still awesome.

Great shot but like many, the retouching holds it back a bit. Still good.Phlearn has a great technique for making skin shine, but dodging like this is not really the way you want to do this.

That's just so wonderful..

Kurt Langer's picture

Cool head prop makes this cool photo. Hands ugly, face beautiful = I don't know.
Video was very boring to me. 10 skips in 10 seconds and I got the idea.