Thursday, April 7, 2011

Gallery Closing


In the Gallery of Modern Art there is a big neon display at the top of the escalators. Tall animated figures walk through it all day long, striding on and off the screen with a sense of purpose. When the gallery closes at the end of the day, real people join them on their march, shoulder to hip, filing past, heading towards the way out.

6 comments:

the foto fanatic said...

This is a cracker of an image - well seen, Cara!

If you'll forgive me, I would like to make a suggestion:

The blue light at the RHS is distracting (to my eye). Could it be removed? I don't think it serves any purpose in the photograph.

However, you are the artist, and if you think my suggestion is rubbish, please ignore.

Darryl said...
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cara said...

I completely agree with you. On my to do list was to crop it and straighten it. Then my iPhoto stopped working and I couldn't find an easy way to do it in Photoshop (I think I need a few lessons there). It was late, I'd had a very bad day and so I said.... Sod it I'll leave it at that.

Thanks for picking me up on it. I shouldn't let a bad day get in the way of a decent picture! (I'll get around to fixing it in the next couple of days)

cara said...

Howzat?? It's amazing what a bit of digging around on the internet will fix. Crop tool problem solved!

How very satisfying.

the foto fanatic said...

Well, it was good before...

now it's bloody magnificent!

Alan O'Riordan said...

I agree. Didn't catch the original version, but this is luvv-erly...

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