On my recent visit to NGVI, there was a very tall layered sparkly installation in the forecourt. Sparkly things are always difficult to photograph without it looking a mess or simply dull. Jewellery, glassware, chandeliers and so on. I wondered how my Lumia would handle this sculpture. The only light playing through it was ambient and reflected green/grey, the dominant colour scheme of that environment. Processed in AutodeskPixlr. Below is a warmed up version.
Rfotofolio is pleased to share the work of photographer Bob Cornelis. Our guest juror Catherine Couturier of the Catherine Couturier Gallery chose Bob’s work as her 1st choice in our call INPrint. Thank you Catherine for your time. His work is meticulous and beautiful. Thank you Bob for sharing your work with us.
via Photographer Bob Cornelis — RFOTOFOLIO
Van Gogh and the Seasons is on at the NGVI until July. The queue was just too long, so will go another day. These green mono images change their seasons. 🖼