Sensuality

SensualitySensuality

Copyright 2010 O. Bisogno Scotti  All Rights Reserved.

Mamiya RZ67 Pro ll medium format camera, Mamiya 180mm f/4.5 lens, Seconic L508 light meter, 2 Elinchrom EL 500 studio flash units, black seamless paper, Fujichrome Velvia  50 120 color reversal film scanned on Crossfield drum scanner, Manfrotto 3265 tripod, Manfrotto 3047 studio head.

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15 thoughts on “Sensuality

  1. Wonderful stars unroll across the sky
    and an old mysterious beauty appears
    in front of my surprised eyes…

    I can see the myth…

    I can smell the immortal rose,
    and I feel the expectation
    of real pleasure …

    What an apotheosis of senses,
    when true art is present…

    ps Mr. Scotti, I apologize for my amateur way of expressing my opinion, but I wanted to
    show that an artistic picture of this quality can bring out the emotional poetic self of any viewer

    very good work…

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  2. naughtyscarlett. I suppose there was no need to name this image.

    I do not accept your apology because there is no need to apologize.
    This is not mere prose that you have written, but fine poetry.

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  3. Yes, she has said it eloquently. I don’t think I could do any better.
    Why do flowers seem to evoke the secrets we try to hide from the world?
    Your image is one of timeless beauty and I especially like the tinge of blue/purple upon the outer edges of some of the petals.

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  4. This is such a beautiful flower. I like its simplicity. but not my favorite flower. My favorite is the beautiful Iris.

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