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The Daily Post Challenge this week is Life Imitates Art, well I don’t have any picture of that. What I do have how Art Imitates Life.
On a past visit to the Grounds for Sculpture in Trenton, New Jersey back in 2014 there was a scene of men playing chess. The features were so real even down to the varying colors on the palm of his hand.
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(Photos have been re-edited as I have learned a bit more.)
For this week’s Thursday Throwback are pictures from June 3, 2014 that I took at the Grounds for Sculpture.
From a distance these sculptures could pass for real people, caught in a moment of time.
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Here are a folks relaxing after a hard day of work playing a game of chess. Check out Grounds for Sculpture.
Here are a few abstract sculptures that I saw at the Grounds for Sculpture.
What are your thoughts on Abstract Art? I wish that some artist would explain what the piece means to them and then maybe I could understand it a bit more.
The 1st and 4th piece I am not sure about. The 2nd and 3rd one, I can imagine different stories about what they are or can be used for.
What do you think?
In my basic photography class we also learned composition. How to frame your subject so that the viewer’s eye is drawn to the area that you want.
At the sculpture Garden the artist framed these sculptures for us.
Went to the Grounds for Sculpture today working on my Basic Photography lesson. This is an amazing place the sculptures are just beautiful!
I spent 2 hours there and did not see the entire collection. Will be scheduling another trip real soon.
I ventured to the Grounds for Sculpture (aka Sculpture Garden) in Hamilton New Jersey for the first time. The garden was beutiful. I took over 400 pictures to put to use some of the things that I learned in my second class in basic photography.
The lesson this week was on Aperture or F Stop. When others tried to explain this to me it was hard to comprehend what they were talking about. It was as if they were speaking another language and in actuality, they were.
Since I first got a Sony Alpha I have only used the preset settings and attempted to venture into manual but had no clue what I was doing or what effect I was attempting to create. This class explained it rather simply.
The teachers first instruction was to read the section in the manual about aperture. Although the manual was in layman’s terms, it was still like reading broken english. I understood some and not quite others.
She made it even more simple and straight forward by explaining the higher your F top the less blur you will have. The lower the F Stop the more blur you will have.
Our first assignment was to go out and play with the F Stop on the same image to see the change. Here are some of my subjects.
More sculpture pics to follow!
Let me know what ya think!