One of the displays in Melbourne's White Night was called Monuments, by Craig Walsh. It was a series of videos of faces projected onto trees on the other side of the Yarra River. They were mostly still, but moved and blinked every now and then. Sometimes the faces looked down on the people walking under them, and seemed to watch them walk by. Quite spooky.
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daddo (21280) 2014-02-22 23:33
Hi Vincent. Andrew, Santo and I were at the event as well, although I didn't get to meet them at the arranged spot due to the waves of humanity. I wanted to see this particular display and as I see from your excellent photo, it would have been worthwhile, but my brother-in-law was anxious to leave by midnight and that was it. Great exposure, great details. Top capture. Regards. Klaudio.
tenretin (1161) 2014-02-23 1:20
You made a very nice picture with a light management is perfect. There is no trace of digital noise.
it is very well composed.
Noel_Byrne (16281) 2014-02-23 2:10
This is amazing, I have never seen the like and it's incredible. It's like some ancient figure come back to watch thee world, and it's so impressive that we can see such fine detail of the branches and leaves in the face, a stunning work and wonderful shot which you took perfectly in what I guess are difficult light conditions. The face also looks a little like Elvis.
All the best
ourania (21500) 2014-02-23 4:42
your picture is superb, very accurate and atmospheric, and I'm glad I first learned of this art through this work. The textures and the colours are fascinating and the shadows that give the face its character are so effective. I also like very much the well defined but mysterious context, the discretion of the various lights and the sense of depth. It must a spooky sight indeed but also exciting and thrilling. Congratulations and thank you!
All the best, have a lovely week,