10 Apr 2009 |
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One of my fav portraits is by Lord Snowdon of an American painter and his family. Apparently the photographer made out that he was doing a picture of the painter's wife and kids instead of the main man, but one of the tables used as a props was too low so he got the painter to lie on the floor with the table on his chest to raise it up abit, subsequently the frame was enlarged to included the painter in an unusual position. I like the technique of image manipulation! I was thinking of that portrait while lying on the floor myself as Alison took this shot. This is the result of last weekends efforts and a continuation on the last picture which is a detail of the fourth shelf just out of frame.
old glass plate ...
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