Eyes on Dali

Uploaded: October 05, 2007 21:06:36 | Entered: June 03, 2014 03:46:28

Description

f/ 11, 1/500 sec., ISO-200, Nikon 18-70MM F3.5-4.5 lens at 60mm, 10:08 AM, Philadelphia, PA. My voice teacher's Bichon Habanese, Dali on the steps of the Franklin Institute. The steps had a strip image of King Tut for the exhibition there. By the time we were able to get weather, animal and humans in alignment, the steps had been nicked, kicked, gummed, peeled and patched. The Tut image on the steps had a massive reconstruction ...4 days of cloning, healing, dodging, burning, painting...this is not out of camera.LOL! Not a composite, though.

Comments

Bonnie C. Lackey October 06, 2007

This will be winning prizes all over the internet! What a marvelous image... #755006

Nikki McDonald level-classic October 06, 2007

It's a great image, Robert and I make the same prediction as Bonnie. I think you will find that it was well worth the work. #4889075

Bob D. Hall level-classic October 06, 2007

Great job, RoB!!! Well worth the effort!!! #4889624

JO ANN CLEVELAND July 31, 2014

And guess what! It is a great finalist and bet it gets gold too! You are such a great photographer! Congratulations!

jo ann c. #11096335

July 31, 2014

Great juxtaposition of dog and art on the background. #11097086

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