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Composition with Five Pigeons and Two Windows
Composition with Five Pigeons and Two Windows
Zigomar


Photograph Information Photographer's Comments
Camera: Canon EOS-350D Rebel XT
Lens: Lensbaby 2.0
Location: Belgrade, Serbia
Date: Jul 7, 2009
Galleries: Urban, Lensbaby
Date Uploaded: Jul 28, 2009

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Comments: 11
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A study actuated by my never ending inspiration Mondrian.

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08/01/2009 12:05:43 AM
I suppose you could have some fun and overlay colour in certain sections :) Excellent reference and love the tones as is actually.
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07/31/2009 07:56:25 PM
I like the use of blur in combination with the geometry of the windows.
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07/30/2009 10:30:36 PM
It's like I'm looking at 2 pictures. Also, it makes me wonder what is going on over at the one window.
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07/30/2009 09:50:56 AM
Despite the whole colour thing, I can see where you are going with the Mondrian influence. Thought it maybe a diptych when I saw the thumbnail. Well, I suppose in a sense it is a natural diptych. Well seen
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07/30/2009 08:51:23 AM
The empty right half, the populated left half, the why is that? The bare window; the window with blinds. And pigeons. And an excellent title. I'm ever so glad you have a lensbaby. (And I'm Mondrian-clueless, so there's no influence one way or another.)
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07/29/2009 10:59:52 PM
Mondrian was ahead of his time, a genius of geometric design. This has an interesting perspective and time warp effect.
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07/29/2009 09:36:11 PM
Originally posted by LevT:

Mondrian without bright colors is not a Mondrian IMO.


I agree Lev. However, the study was only inspired by Mondrian's graphical minimalism, I had no intention to literally copy his style, but just to use the basic idea of simple shapes.
07/29/2009 09:23:55 PM
Originally posted by pixelpig:

very nice (it's a stretch to Mondrian,for me) "D

agreed... Mondrian without bright colors is not a Mondrian IMO. But I still love the photo :)
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07/29/2009 01:21:18 PM
nice... not sure whether I like lensbaby much or not yet, but shots like these...hmmm...
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07/29/2009 12:21:14 PM
I'm liking this one a lot.
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07/28/2009 11:09:27 PM
very nice (it's a stretch to Mondrian,for me) "D
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