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That “Last Supper” shot is a work of art!
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It may not be obvious, but it’s a broken mirror etched with a picture of the Last Supper, that was positioned upside down against a house. All I did was turn the photo so it read correctly. The yellowish leaves on top and bottom are reflections of nearby trees.
The effect of those reflected leaves in the Last Supper is quite nice. And you know I love the Trump sign. And the photograph is good, too. ;-)
Thanks Linda. The Trump sign replaced the Jesus mirror and was a last-minute inspiration that only came while editing.
Hooray for last-minute inspirations that only come while editing!
Once more, I want to know how something was done. ;-) I think I get it now – you saw the mirror, framed (?) leaning against the house, for the Trump image you replaced the mirror with the fence & Trump sign photo. The Last Supper one you explain above. I have to say, I really like the top photo too; the black and white is just perfect for it.
You got it Lynn :)
Lynn’s comment made me look at the top photo again. I’m glad you didn’t photograph it the way I would have (cropping up to ivy-covered wall in back of the left-most chair). The way you have it, there is pleasure in seeing the three cars, a repetition to go with the repetition of the chairs.
Thanks Linda. Cropping it tighter as you describe was in fact my immediate inclination and the first photo that I took. It felt too simplified though so I pulled back to make it a little more interesting. (I often find that I settle for the easy shot when coming upon a scene and it’s only after I’ve spent more time with the subject that better ones arise.)
Looking at the picture now, I like the way the cars are lined up one way, the chairs another — do car owners sit on them while waiting for valets to pull their cars around from the driveway?
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