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This Week's Guest (below):
Rumors of My Demise
20" print.
 

April's frontispiece (above):
That Sinking Feeling
30" print
 
 
The Current Scene (below):
The Lie You Left Behind
detail from 24" print.
 
 
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Thorne has sometimes been a mad scientist photographer specializing in large fine art prints. Each is labored for hours in Photoshop with pioneering techniques to better approach film quality. ("No Levels or Curves since 2003!" :o ) Occasionally working on a revolutionary book to share them, but it's a long slog.

Thorne 'made his name' as a leading critic and community advocate at deviantART (c. 2002-06) while inspired to become an artist there. He specializes in featuring models as 'avatars of the human condition,' branches out lately into 'meaningful scenery' (since leaving America), and occasionally completes radical manipulations.

Most of all, it's about sensational compositions for our walls, that will unfold with meaning and nuance for years to come. Art.

Sharing is the motivation and audience is the fuel for all the hard work. So thanks for coming.

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Elsewhere on the Web

fine art prints at
FineArtAmerica.com

remnants/prior blog at deviantART

emphasis on model photography at OneModelPlace.com
(including never-seen-elsewhere drafts and portolio works)

an intro overview of the 03-06 archives at CarbonMade (good for slow connections)

justThorne at mySpace

CarefulCritic at Amazon,
including an extensive comparison between Canon's 50mm f1.8 and 50mm f1.4 lenses

an article on 21 Essential Graphic Novels by justThorne and ndifference

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Thorne is a mad scientist photographer specializing in large fine art prints. Each is labored for hours in Photoshop with pioneering techniques to better approach film quality. ("No Levels or Curves since 2003!")