Arabella Dane  


Wall Patterns by Arabella Dane

April 2021 - Wall Patterns

About the Image(s)

This was taken in the Milwaukee Art Museum.

Tamron 70-200 a couple of years ago and processed first with lightroom and then with some of my phone apps. It got very small so I ran it through topaz gigapixels. And then back thru lightroom.


4 comments posted




Tom Pickering   Tom Pickering
So simple and yet complex in its simplicity, that's the simple truth. d;¬{D IOW, I really enjoyed studying this image. The horizontal bar that is somewhat anomalous, also gives the eye a focal point to start exploring from. At first I thought it should go, but the more I study it, the more I feel like it belongs there. Hmmm...   Posted: 04/17/2021 13:03:40
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Rusty Pinckney   Rusty Pinckney
Arabella,
I like Tom's change. IMO the curved shapes lend themselves to sharpness whereas your image is a bit softer. Either rendition is interesting. And I like the horizontal bar.   Posted: 04/18/2021 01:03:08



Miriam Power   Miriam Power
A different shot. I straightened the horizontal bit and ran it through Nik Dfine2 and removed some of the noise. Think I prefer your original though.   Posted: 04/18/2021 11:13:14
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Brenda Frezeman   Brenda Frezeman
The repeating patterns are fantastic and I like the coloring. That museum is such a great subject; my husband and I spent quite a while there one day. The walls take on different hues at different times of day. I love the moodiness of this image.   Posted: 04/18/2021 11:39:10



 

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