With an infrared camera normal pinks and reds disappear while blue veins that are near the surface can easily be seen making the model look like a marble statue.
Graham Hobart studied drawing, painting and sculpting the female nude in college and university. He naturally went on to expressing himself with the photographic image.
At age ten Hobart was sculpting in stone. By high school he was casting bronze. Sculpting took Hobart's way of seeing to a whole new level while helping his photos have more depth and dimension.
For a while Graham Hobart was a freelance photographer for a magazine in the Spa and Aesthetics industry and at other times models came to him to test and work on their book.
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