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Boy Photograph - See No Evil Hear No Evil Speak No Evil by Jeannie Burleson

See No Evil Hear No Evil Speak No Evil is a photograph by Jeannie Burleson which was uploaded on February 27th, 2008.

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Really creative! Love it. Elizabeth

Then evil you not be

Very cool shot!

Aloha Jeannie! Fantastic idea and powerful shot!! I like it very much! It jumped right out at me among all the other photos on the new art work page!!! Normally I do not comment on work but this one is well worth it:) And normally I do not offer suggestions or advise as each photographer/artist have their own vision or what they want to say. It's like trying to tell an apple to be an orange. But I can't resist. The subject title is referring to Evil. There is no representation of Evil in the photo.I believe if you could ad that element, whatever you think would be appropriate, it would make it a very powerful image. Just off the top of my head for example if one saw the planet Earth in the upper right quadrant it would produce an interaction of the boy not wanting to have anything to do with what the planet earth was all about. And it would be open to interpretation as well. Anyway, there are, I am sure, a number of ideas one could go with. I feel the boy needs to have an object or subject matter in the photograph that he is 'interacting with' and represents the evil he is sheltering himself from. This could become a very strong statement photo depending on the subject matter chosen. It could be a very strong environmental statement even:) Perhaps you have already thought of it. Hope you do take take offense to my humble suggestion as it was not meant to offend:) Again..WELL DONE! Most Humbly and respectfully, Jim Cazel

Very cool!!! I really like the clean manipulation. The idea jumps out at the viewer.

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