Translucent Rita Hayworth Bust Floating Above Mission Dolores Next To Reflective Orbs

Well what did you expect to see? I’d personally like to see more lens flares, but it’s still pretty moving.

Walker Dukes’ artist bio:

I do Television shots for fun and make artistic pieces from them as well as more traditional photography and photoshop. My background is film photography from the time I was a kid. I have a BS (no kidding) in Radio and Television Production in 19??? from the University of Florida (Go Gators) {think ? and the Mysterians}. I studied art, photography, PhotoShop and graphic design at various times during the 20th Century at City College of San Francisco. I also currently like to meditate and do a breathing exercise called the 20 Connected Breaths. I like to think it helps me clear away some of the toxins that occur during this life.

(via the always fascinating Flickr Mission District pool)

One Response to “Translucent Rita Hayworth Bust Floating Above Mission Dolores Next To Reflective Orbs”

  1. I wish there as a translucent Rita Hayworth floating above SF always. Pretty.

  2. [...] our pal and favorite experimental photographer Walter Dukes has moved on from the critical “superimposing disembodied celebrity heads and reflective orbs into photos” phase of his career to the wonderful world of retina-searing HDR [...]

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