Or as she is better known, Marilyn Monroe.
It was one of those things I have been promising myself I would shoot and I finally did. While I’m not thrilled about the construction stuff around the image there was no way I could get in any tighter on it. When I was post processing I also had to deal with the shadow effect the artist wanted along with the dirt and grim built up on the paint. Still I like it overall.
Changed up some editing after watching Trey Radcliff’s recent video which is worth a watch. I enjoy Ming Thein but he is super technical and monotone sounding like the accountant he used to be so watching Trey’s video was a bit of break to hear someone have some emotion and not take photography so seriously.