The zoo of Hieronymus Bosch

Discussion in 'Photography' started by TT, May 1, 2008.

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    TT Guest

    TT, May 1, 2008
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    Wilson Guest

    I like the Bosch Zoo gallery. Wish I had thought of that. Long ago I was
    attracted to the strangeness of Bosch's paintings. Your other galleries are
    interesting and different. I like your dog too.
    Wilson, May 1, 2008
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    Peter Guest

    Peter, May 1, 2008
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    Jeff Guest

    Frankly, these are just snips out of the original.

    Why don't you stretch yourself and do something in the same vein. I
    know someone that is working on the center panel from the Garden of
    Earthly Delights and I think that is a more interesting idea. I know
    someone else who has done parts of the Sistine Chapel, photographing
    himself as the model. I've redone the Last Supper with Mimes and Van
    Goghs copy of Dore's Prison Exercise Yard.

    There's a lot of ideas without directly recycling bits. Run with it.

    Jeff, May 5, 2008
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    TT Guest

    thank you Jeff. Months ago I have seen on TV a program illustrating
    some people working on the Leonardo's painting the way you talk here!

    Actually my snipping out seems to be some pieces from the original,
    yes you are right. Some filter from digital workflow was however added
    to change texture which in macro has an horrible appearance (from
    paper of the book page); by applying this workflow I changed a lot
    colour (and texture itself) according to my taste.
    However as one can say "nothing is new under the sun"...
    Actually my idea is that most of all the snips are _photographic_
    (speaking about composition) snips; and in that way I excercise myself
    in doing photography.

    thanks again for your attention
    TT, May 5, 2008
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