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Those are artful images indeed, but I prefer this amazing triplet. It has a wonderful sense of open space, and the flow from one canvas to the next, is breathtaking. It has an adolescent 'cow eating grass' quality that is pure innocence, and the brushwork is beyond subtle. I have agonised for hours on whether the predominant colour in these inspirational art works is Mountain Snow Fall, or a masterful shade of fully desaturated terracotta?
I have just realised that in the time it took to type this, the young gentleman is so transfixed by these paintings, that he has barely moved.
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Classic definition of a blank stare, Trevor.
To answer the question: She doesn't use Photoshop. She uses 35 mm film exclusively and does not retouch.
The information comes from this article and explains why others have been going back to traditional film.
I think I saw those paintings, you posted, on display at my local cinema....just before they put the film on....
I imagine she uses a lot of different photo editing softwares or even apps. There are many that can give you those effects. One I like using is called Polarr Photo Editor.
I prefer this amazing triplet
This is our latest exhibition. The whole area has been cordoned off, so that nobody - nobody - gets in. The image is from a surveillance camera:
Do visitors need special glasses to see the artwork Dag? Assuming that is where you work, it is interesting to see the white walls and neutral floor and ceiling colours. Do you use special lighting? They look like LED downlighters, but we don't know their colour temperature unless we assume that you took the photo, in which case they will be _exactly_ as they appear.
A nice bit of recursion going on beyond the far wall there. I now have this mind-image of your museum/gallery being so big, that the never ending series of rooms we can see, actually disappear beyond the horizon — or Russia — whichever is furthest.
BTW thanks very much for waking this old thread (my irony dial is set to a Spinal Tap Eleven as I type this) and exposing us again to those truly dreadful photographs.
Ah, sorry about that. I didn't wake it up - freckledeyes did. I totally agree, we should just let it sleep with the fishes, but I didn't notice the date...
Move on, nothing to see here.