The Creepy Doll Head Thread

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I went out a few weekends ago on a vintage/antique photowalk. Denver has a great stretch of road affectionately referred to as "Antique Row," where you can find antiques to quench any vintage thirst. I was hoping to find some film cameras, but alas, there were none to be found.

That's not to say that my outing was unsuccessful. I did come across a unique decor item crafted solely of antique, creepy doll heads. Which I photographed with great glee. As if they aren't creepy enough, I went for some post processing that really upped the nightmare factor.

Enjoy! :laugh1:


creepy decor
by Melissa Johnson, on Flickr


creepy doll head
by Melissa Johnson, on Flickr


creepier
by Melissa Johnson, on Flickr


nightmarish
by Melissa Johnson, on Flickr

E-M1 + 45/1.8
 

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I went out a few weekends ago on a vintage/antique photowalk. Denver has a great stretch of road affectionately referred to as "Antique Row," where you can find antiques to quench any vintage thirst. I was hoping to find some film cameras, but alas, there were none to be found.

That's not to say that my outing was unsuccessful. I did come across a unique decor item crafted solely of antique, creepy doll heads. Which I photographed with great glee. As if they aren't creepy enough, I went for some post processing that really upped the nightmare factor.

Enjoy! :laugh1:

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creepy decor by Melissa Johnson, on Flickr

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creepy doll head by Melissa Johnson, on Flickr

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creepier by Melissa Johnson, on Flickr

View attachment 529859
nightmarish by Melissa Johnson, on Flickr

E-M1 + 45/1.8
Each photo has a degree of creepiness, Melissa. However, I really like the last one, as the creep factor is especially high. Nice work!
 
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There have been a good number of them in the Photo Association thread over the years. His doll heads tend to be damaged and mounted on spikes or posts or hanging on trees.
I used to have 3 heads to work with, it's now down to one. And every time it gets shot, there is less to work with. A visit to the thrift store might be needed.
 

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There have been a good number of them in the Photo Association thread over the years. His doll heads tend to be damaged and mounted on spikes or posts or hanging on trees.
Sometimes they have Jaspar in them as an added Bonus ... although to be fair Jaspar isn't damaged or hanging off a tree.
 
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I went out a few weekends ago on a vintage/antique photowalk. Denver has a great stretch of road affectionately referred to as "Antique Row," where you can find antiques to quench any vintage thirst. I was hoping to find some film cameras, but alas, there were none to be found.

That's not to say that my outing was unsuccessful. I did come across a unique decor item crafted solely of antique, creepy doll heads. Which I photographed with great glee. As if they aren't creepy enough, I went for some post processing that really upped the nightmare factor.

Enjoy! :laugh1:

View attachment 529856
creepy decor by Melissa Johnson, on Flickr

View attachment 529857
creepy doll head by Melissa Johnson, on Flickr

View attachment 529858
creepier by Melissa Johnson, on Flickr

View attachment 529859
nightmarish by Melissa Johnson, on Flickr

E-M1 + 45/1.8
Those last two are evil looking!
 
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