Self Portrait Photography Inspiration By Thea Curtis (NSFW)

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Not many people pull off self portraits well. Usually they are something odd or feel like there is something that just isn't right or missing. Thea Curtis pulls it off perfectly. She combines self portrait, perfect textures and amazing posing with every shot.

How do you feel about these? I personally think they are fantastic.

via - thedphoto.com

 
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18 Comments

 Real expressive in your commenting. I like that.

Meh to you sir.

Elliott Montello's picture

mah is exactly what I said out load after reading this post. So I wrote it...

 Yeah I thought meh when I saw them too.  Too manipulated for me.

Elizabeth Ewing's picture

Not what I was expecting. I love her use of skin and lighting, but not my personal cup of tea. 

NSFW???

Maybe it was her use of butt crack as a medium?

Very Cool

I get so used to seeing conventional photos by good practitioners, but every once in awhile something like this comes along, something one can say shows a new way of seeing. Truly creative. Great stuff.

Spy Black's picture

It's great to be young and beautiful. You can get away with anything...

Lorenzo P's picture

Wow these photos are intriguing!! 

Girl is beautiful, no doubt there.

Photo's one and two are awesome. No.1 with the crow looks like a painting and I love the apostrophe shape made by her back in No. 2.

Agamemnon's picture

bi utiful

Meh.  They're about 3% photography and 97% texture/vignette/frame

Jheez.. what a smart comment. And your point is? Thats like calling a painting 3% painting and 97% image.. It´s the technique. Always been there, always will be. What about abstract art? Photography is a lot more than realism, correct white balance and a precise exposure. Deal with it. 

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There are some of the 'i could do that as well'-kind. Maybe, but you didn't!so, go out there, create something new and don't be a copycat. appreciate art that is different or at least, give constructive criticism or an opinion.