Creating WorkLife of an ArtistThe Ghost Project

Not as ‘Faceless and Forgotten’ as I’d have liked for this shoot…

Faceless and Forgotten
Faceless and Forgotten

So what do you do if you have to share a location with tourists? I try and keep out of their way because in the end, they’ve as much right to be there as I have, besides I don’t like shooting with an audience. This shot was a doozy though. I’d done my best to keep out of peoples way but still, somehow a really rude and LOUD woman found me. Apparently, according to her I’m ‘disgusting’ and should be ‘ashamed of myself’. Well, maybe, although I’m fairly sure I was innocent on that particular day.

Either way, I love the shot I managed to get just after she stormed off. Technically the most difficult of the entire project. Why? Well if you look closely you’ll see the ghost isn’t faceless, her face just isn’t where you’d expect.

Detail from Faceless and Forgotten
Detail from Faceless and Forgotten

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