I have recently been trying to keep the models used in my flickr photos from being duplicated which caused the Tag Game to be even more challenging.
When I think of Black and White photography, I tend to think of glamorous Hollywood actresses from the 1930's - 1960's. This lead me to choose a mini-Gene for Day 1 of the challenge. Here is a portrait shot of Mini Gene Red Venus.
As much as I liked the result, I knew it was time to pull out some diorama items. Some of my personal favorite pieces are the Silkstone Vanity, dressing screen, dress form, and mirror. I decided to go for a "pin up" girl and reached for Disclosure Monogram. I have never redressed this doll. I think she is just so gorgeous just the way she was produced.
I was very pleased with the results of the photo, especially the reflection of the dress form in the mirror. Now, it was time to capture a more alluring doll. My favorite dressing robe ever produced by IT is Urban Geisha Kyori. After seeing the photos posted by a collector who put this doll on a NuFace body, mine has been on that type of body ever since. Isn't the embroidery work on this robe amazing?
As much as I liked the full length photo, I decided to go for something that shows the beauty of this doll's face up.
I was beginning to feel a little relieved. It turns out there are several dolls around here that haven't been highlighted on my Flickr account. I decided it was time to put a more "full-figured" girl in front of the lens. I had been thinking of selling Monaco Royale Vanessa, but she reminds me so much of Diana Prince, Wonder Woman's alter-ego. I really hope IT decides to do more with the mold.
As a final choice, I had saved my favorite IT mold of all. I was surprised to find that High Profile Eugenia hadn't been photographed in a very long time. I think she was the best doll from the Tropicalia Convention, the only doll convention I've ever attended.
BTW … if anyone is interested in seeing my photos on Flickr, here is the link: