natalie kucken

blossom water








 a series of early spring glow and pigment billows on very old film modeled by paige breithart

26 comments:

  1. i would also like to note that no textures were added to these photographs

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  2. you can't be serious
    this just feels like a strong dream

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  3. Oh my goodness.. you are so incredible. Every one of your photographs blows me away every time.

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  4. natalie, these are gorgeous. you are fantastic and i admire you greatly
    -h

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  5. wow. especially the first photo is so powerful.

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  6. Whoa. These are at once scary and beautiful, especially the first image. Fantastic as always. Great tones.

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  7. this is gorgeous Natalie! oh, wow! you are really amazing, each time you make me speechless!!

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  8. oooooomg.
    yay.
    you're so gifted!

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  9. HAVE MERCY ON MY SOUL Y'ALL! THESE LEAVE ME SPEECHLESS.

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  10. OMFG NATALIE FRICKEN KUCKEN I LOVE YOU
    these are spectacular

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  11. These are gorgeous! The textures in these are insane.

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  12. These are blankly wonderful.

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  13. i have already seen so many pictures of the same idea.. pictures of people in a bath, close up of their head in the water etc etc.. but the pictures of you are so special, they are amazing. are your models actually friends or do you just ask random people if you think they'll fit for the shoot?

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  14. I was going to ask whether or not you layered a texture - but you were prompt. They're a gorgeous lot!

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  15. my god, so eerie
    theres something about you, natalie, and capturing mood to perfection
    the 12th one is my favorite

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  16. i CAN'T believe you didn't edit these!!! that's incredible! you are too good!

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  17. amazing photos! your photography is so beautiful!

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  18. fifth one from the bottom up gave me a chill up my spine
    love them all

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  19. AMazing. I especially love the first one. It took me a while to figure out if her eyes were opened or closed

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  20. This is one of your best works. The light, edition, the model, everythings seems to be perfect here.

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