Today we are in the mood to share something really beautiful Photography – The Goddess Behind The Mask. Mask photographers and artists will know exactly what I am talking about. It’s very exciting to see how art come alive like that. Each and every photograph is having its own beauty, composition and important, not an easy task to call one of few the best photos.
Well we have choosed really different title:The Goddess Behind The Mask. The Emotions, The Beauty.. what ever behind this mask is brilliantly captured. These photograph are carefully selected to share with you my most favorite photography style. The hide and seek of the eyes and the confusion of thoughts that what exactly behind this mask ?? Find your self. So lets have a look on The Goddess behind the mask. 50+ spectacular photos.
These are really something special and thrilling photos – masks being modeled and photographed, especially for me as a mask-making artisan.To many making mask is just a job or work, it is love and passion to create something stunning and adorable or something I love to make. A compulsion, a collage of ideas, a pretty concoction of colors and designs. I make them all the time, so I’m too close to them to be objective.
In all following showcased Mask Photos, Photographers choose mask, models and location to make photos really alluring, crafts model’s make up, chooses (or makes) her outfit, puts on masks which suits them and creates one of these portraits. by bringing live to these portraits in such a amazing conceptual way – the mask become alive, suddenly. Having soul, as we all know we can see life in the eye and in mask the only thing we can see is eyes and eyes behind the mask make it complete.
I believe there’s a hero in all of us, that keeps us honest, gives us strength, makes us noble, and finally allows us to die with pride, even though sometimes we have to be steady, and give up the thing we want the most. Even our dreams…
mask by ckythomyorke
Bast is the cat-faced ancient Egyptian goddess of dancing, joy and fertility. Talented photographer/costume designer/model Beki: graciously produced the most lovely set of maternity portraits while modeling my Industrial Bast mask.
The real woman is always could be found under the mask, that what I think but they are open like a book written in simple language (love) that anybody can read.
mask by MecuroBCotto
There is no editing and photo manipulation done in this stunning conceptual photo, just used a big piece of glass. Amazing what do u think
mask. by thisiskaoz
No special lightning effects used in this photo shot and simple one layer applied by Photoshop in creating this stunning image
Another me Mask
Black & White Mask
mask by henry-morgan
mask by InYourDream
That is just beautiful shot, Great colour mask and simple composition Sharp focus. Nice angle and loving the bokeh of feathers. I think it would look even better if you crop a little bit off the top! but over all this is stunning! I love the vibrant hues, and the interesting pose of the model Great job!
Gorgeous Mask Shot. The air of mystery is doubled since your face is covered not only by the mask, but further by the fan.
This is a wonderful Face behind mask photo and in fact it is my favorite because model is so gorgeous and cute which I can’t say in words. I really enjoy the portrait. & The selection of its position makes me smile wide. There is a vastness of creativity for me to catch up within these halls. I will definitely work to carve out some calm time to explore.
This photo was a bit hard for me to make because these people with masks are walking around and catch them without million tourists “attacking” them from each side with cameras and just let me take the basilica of San Marco in the back ground was just great for me!
My Another face
Very beautiful mask from Venice – showing too much details and beauty
For Aline…who thinks I should make color photos too…I lost too much weight and my face is a bit gaunt…oh well.I got inspired by some anime character that wears a small mask on the side of his head. Unfortunately I forgot his name. If you know who is he, please note me.
I used a piece of velvet that i bought to make myself a medieval dress and a Chinese mask my sister bought me. Unfortunately again, my camera made a bit of fish eye effect, but well…guess it is not soooo visible.
Combination of three portraits of me in a commedia dell’ arte mask from Venice… You can also see (close up)