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Cast In Stone 2 (Actually Bronze)
Posted By: Kerrowdown, 11-14-2017, 06:52 AM

Another from the same sculptor.



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Interesting lighting in this shot.
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Interesting lighting in this shot.
Thanks for that.
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Lots of drama in both subject and lighting - well taken.

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Lots of drama in both subject and lighting - well taken.
Thanks very much.
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QuoteOriginally posted by Kerrowdown Quote
Another from the same sculptor.
really like the effect here! well done!
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really like the effect here! well done!
My favourite style of PP, dark and moody.
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QuoteOriginally posted by Kerrowdown Quote
My favourite style of PP,
This isn't SOOC? I thought that was the Kerrowdown way?!

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This isn't SOOC?
No this was taken inside a very darkish museum, shadows needed lifted and contrast taken down, from memory.

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I thought that was the Kerrowdown way?!
It's the usually the preferred way that I like to work, but it's not always possible to achieve.
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QuoteOriginally posted by Kerrowdown Quote
but it's not always possible to achieve.
Thanks for clarifying! Great photos Kerr!
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Thanks for clarifying! Great photos Kerr!
Your most welcome.
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I like the photo a lot. Fine art, in my humble opinion. The photo has an 'aura' about it...what kind of aura...I dunno...but something a little on the dark side. If it were in an art gallery it would be one of those photographs that I think would draw...and keep...people looking at it. It does provoke thought.
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I like the photo a lot. Fine art, in my humble opinion
Thank you so much for that, I thought at first it might perhaps be a little to simple to make a decent image.

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but something a little on the dark side
As is my style much of it these days, is quite dark and moody, must be cos I'm getting old.

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If it were in an art gallery it would be one of those photographs that I think would draw...and keep...people looking at it. It does provoke thought.
Hopefully just long enough to get their respective cheque books out.
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