Vivienne Mok – Zhuzhu (2015)
I can’t say I’m fond of Mok’s quasi-Pictorialist tendency towards downy soft-focus.
At least it makes sense in the case of these two images–accentuating the dawn kissed skin and rendering clouds nearly worth of an El Greco.
What’s more: it’s a fabulous example of how to avoid #skinnyframebullshit. (Although, I think the first pose would be better suited to the second frame and the second pose to the first frame, but I admit that’s being so knit-picking as to be splitting hairs.)