Zen Sevastyanova by Paul de Luna in Meliae | Blank #55

November 2, 2010

Zen Sevastyanova by Paul de Luna in Meliae | Blank #55

Mother nature and all its givings serves as inspiration for photographer Paul de Luna’s latest work for Blank Magazine #55. Starring Zen Sevastyanova styled by Sarah Parlow, the ethereal images take on looks from Burberry Prorsum, Roberto Cavalli, Bibhu Mohapatra and more in moody blue hues.

Zen Sevastyanova by Paul de Luna in Meliae | Blank #55
Zen Sevastyanova by Paul de Luna in Meliae | Blank #55
Zen Sevastyanova by Paul de Luna in Meliae | Blank #55
Zen Sevastyanova by Paul de Luna in Meliae | Blank #55
Zen Sevastyanova by Paul de Luna in Meliae | Blank #55
Zen Sevastyanova by Paul de Luna in Meliae | Blank #55
Zen Sevastyanova by Paul de Luna in Meliae | Blank #55
Zen Sevastyanova by Paul de Luna in Meliae | Blank #55
Zen Sevastyanova by Paul de Luna in Meliae | Blank #55
Zen Sevastyanova by Paul de Luna in Meliae | Blank #55
Zen Sevastyanova by Paul de Luna in Meliae | Blank #55
Zen Sevastyanova by Paul de Luna in Meliae | Blank #55
Zen Sevastyanova by Paul de Luna in Meliae | Blank #55
Zen Sevastyanova by Paul de Luna in Meliae | Blank #55

18 thoughts on “Zen Sevastyanova by Paul de Luna in Meliae | Blank #55”

  1. This is very beautiful, etheral and soft. She’s almost like a nymphete lost in woods. Lightning is perfect and texture very rich. Love love this.

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  2. This is very beautiful, etheral and soft. She’s almost like a nymphete lost in woods. Lightning is perfect and texture very rich. Love love this.

    Reply
  3. This is very beautiful, etheral and soft. She’s almost like a nymphete lost in woods. Lightning is perfect and texture very rich. Love love this.

    Reply
  4. Hi, glad people are enjoying this story. On a technical note, the effects aren’t from double-exposure or computer generated w/layers; Pshop was only used for toning & a tiny bit of skin cleaning. Hint hint… 🙂

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  5. Hi, glad people are enjoying this story. On a technical note, the effects aren’t from double-exposure or computer generated w/layers; Pshop was only used for toning & a tiny bit of skin cleaning. Hint hint… 🙂

    Reply

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