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Konrad Sarnowski's picture

Dressed in light

Hi ;) I'm doing UV experiments for some time now, getting more & more comfortable with this kind of lighting - what do you think? ;)

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Mike Young's picture

For me the form and tones on the first are the most interesting. The blank white framing to the sides creates a slice of the whole image which adds to the interest.

Paul Mansfield's picture

This is quite unusual and you're getting great results

Bob Turton's picture

Very cool. How are you achieving this look? In camera or post processing?

Konrad Sarnowski's picture

In camera, ofcourse some cropping and contrast changes in post, but nothing more than you can do in a classic darkroom (as I also shoot it on film :P)

Bob Turton's picture

Thats amazing. I have to try this! Did you use UV film? or standard film and UV lights? Which film stock? Ill send you my results if i have any success. Thank you again for sharing!

Konrad Sarnowski's picture

Every film is UV sensitive, AFAIK - there's a lot to learn there, so have a ride with google ;) Good luck! ;)

Bob Turton's picture

Awesome. I’m going to go deep on this.

Thurston Munn's picture

Very interesting and unique !! Looks great.

Andres Mutis's picture

I really like it! It takes a lot of experimentation to get this kind of great work!

Craig Fones's picture

I think it's great. Also it's something new and different from the norm. I'd like to offer one suggestion though. I'd like to see just a bit more light on the bodies to bring out their sculpted lines and shapes, much like the first photo. But not so much that it takes away from the glow of the UV lighting. Perhaps a mix of UV for the glow effect with some low level standard lighting. Love your work!

Dennis Grant's picture

great images