Peso - at the Hockney exhibit

Igor PDML-StR pdmlstr at
Tue Mar 6 10:33:23 EST 2018

A very interesting shot!

Indeed, it seems there are 2-3 different levels, and the viewers
right in front of the painting get sucked into the painting.
The woman (?) with just a small portion of her head is the next level
of observing all 4 people in front.
I am even wondering if that effect would've been stronger if a large 
portion of her head were shown.

As for "the woman with the awful hair", - I thogut her curly hair was sort 
of matching that of the woman in the painting.
But yes, it might've looked better if she and that black-jacket on the
right weren't there.

A very good and fun photo nevertheless.



ann sanfedele Sun, 04 Mar 2018 13:35:20 -0800 wrote:

I shot everything with observers in the photos on purpose, of course. ... 
but when I said I got what i could given the crowd, I just meant it was 
really packed and that limited my viewpoints severely - both for photo ops 
and just enjoying the work.

I think I'd have liked this one better if there had been fewer people 
around the key figures.  Especially the woman with
the awful hair...

anyway thanks for the props  Larry, John, Ken and Bill


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