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English: Main item of this photograph is a industrial/large scale manufactured rib knit balaclava with 3 holes. It allows to protect the face against cold air or hinder recognition of the face. This is the only intended way to wear it besides the "cap" variation. Other items are a leather jacket with a detachable fake fur collar and a 34 year old male. Focus and main light (electronic flash with 16° grid) is intentional on eyes and mouth and not all the way trough. Basically on what's left of the personality
Deutsch: Hauptgegenstand dieses Photos ist eine massengefertigte Rippenstrick Balaclava mit 3 Löchern. Sie ermöglicht den Schutz vor Kälte oder erschwert Wiedererkennung des Gesichts. Neben der "Kappen" Variante, ist dies die einzige beabsichtigte Art, diese zu tragen. Andere Gegenstände sind eine Lederjacke mit abnembarem Kunstfellkragen und ein 34 Jahre alter Mann. Fokus und Hauptlicht (Aufsteckblitz mit 16° Wabe) sind bewusst nur auf Augen und Mund gerichtet. Im Grunde auf das was von der Persönlichkeit übrig bleibt.
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current15:16, 9 January 2014Thumbnail for version as of 15:16, 9 January 20143,042 × 2,028 (2.76 MB)GMLSX (talk | contribs)Wider Crop above the head for nicer thumbnail.
14:49, 3 January 2014Thumbnail for version as of 14:49, 3 January 20142,925 × 1,950 (2.58 MB)Tobias ToMar Maier (talk | contribs)User created page with UploadWizard
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