In the Manchester Art Gallery, many exhibitions are organised. This big lady portrait is in fact the association of numerous small images, and that's why the tourist is coming so close of the picture.
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wolf38 (31296) 2012-01-26 0:36
Hello Claude. An original photo. Such images are usually viewed from a distance. But the visitor wants to know and study the details. Well seen and realized. Rgds, Wolfgang.
Bluejeans (64251) 2012-01-26 5:41
Ola Claude ,
Original esta tua foto com este homem olhar esta retrato desta mulher feito com pequenas fotos , parabéns!!
Um abraço Gonçalo
Sergiom (84603) 2012-01-26 5:46
Peut-être qu'une bonne paire de lunettes serait utile à moins qu'un petit baiser serait le bienvenue pendant que personne ne regarde. Très bien vu.
holmertz (56251) 2012-01-26 6:10
Capturing the interaction between a piece of art and the spectator is always the best way to document an exhibition. This interaction looks more intimate than most but your note explains it well. A fine and original shot.
smarcell (19965) 2012-01-26 6:13
This is a clever way to take pictures in museums, namely to show the interaction of visitors and artworks. I would say that it is THE way to take pictures in museums
Cretense (68703) 2012-01-26 8:51
Nice, interesting scene, great tight framing and composition, flawless light management!
BennyV (19085) 2012-01-27 3:44
A fine image of a fine image. The inclusion of the woman is important in this kind of shot. A pity your note doesn't mention the original artist, though.
Combining football and art, maybe? I tend to do the same, but then a few miles more to the west. Maybe I should bring my camera some time... Can't wait 'til tomorrow. ;)
siolaw (38292) 2012-01-27 20:12
Scène très sympa et bien cadrée. le moment est bien choisi et on dirait qu'il y a de la bise dans l'air!
Bien vu et amusant.
lakshmip1949 (19081) 2012-01-27 20:22
I like the way this woman is looking the portrait with so much curiosity. She is observing all the details very carefully. I like this shot which shows the nice interaction between the portrait and the photographer.
emka (102742) 2012-01-28 0:05
ntastic effect. It reminds me the photos made by computers in the early days, when the image was made from quite a big pixels. You had to look at it from the distance to see it properly. In Poland, they made a picture of the Pope from very many small photos. everyone could contribute.
Very original work.
dale54 (8566) 2012-01-28 11:52
claude hello,very well seen and taken. i like you POV here on this shot.very good work! tfs! dr
batalay (39581) 2012-02-02 17:13
Well timed shot with the viewer collaborating with the portrait. I think this belongs in our group theme, Pictures at an Exhibition.
ruisc_pt (11090) 2012-02-03 15:00
That's all about illusion :) photography.
Great image here/there ...
asival (5307) 2012-02-05 4:20
Seems like they are kissing, funny POV and timing
kennyblack (4207) 2012-02-06 10:40
Hello Clodo, I really like the simplicity and the great effect of your photos are all different from each 'other. This struck me for the person who admires the 'image ... caught at the right time. Very well designed and built. Thank you for your presence ... Greetings and best wishes for good evening ... Marino
Robert1969 (7160) 2012-04-02 11:08
An image in an image in an image,
a lovely repetition and that makes
the picture extra interesting.
The composition and the light
management are as always great and
the picture is timeless.
An option (not an improvement) is
to make this picture in B&W.
- Copyright: Claude SIMONIN (CLODO) (35188)
- Genre: Places
- Medium: Color
- Date Taken: 2010-05-07
- Categories: Artwork
- Camera: Nikon D 90, NIKKOR AF-S 18-200mm F3.5-5.6 G ED
- Exposure: f/5.6, 1/125 seconds
- More Photo Info: view
- Photo Version: Original Version
- Theme(s): PICTURES AT AN EXHIBITION I, Pictures at an Exhibition II [view contributor(s)]
- Date Submitted: 2012-01-26 0:30