More entertaining than a movie.
I wish this could be bigger on screen, so you could see the faces better.
[Santa Claus Parade]
dude, stop posting good pics! i can't keep up! no seriously, i like how the clown seems about to cause a ruckus, the "Bon Cop, Bad Cop" title, and the 5 people on the overhang balance out the composition. question: do you do something in photoshop in order to get such cold colours? tomorrow's photo on my blog will be in honor of this one.
26 Nov 2006 1:20pm
@Zach Siebert: Effusive! Seriously, thanks, Zack. Tomorrow, I'll send you a downsized (resized so it's small enough for email) version of the Photoshop file so you can see what's going on colour-wise. I use a non-destructive workflow mostly, so the layers palette will give you a pretty good idea. I look forward to your post tomorrow.
26 Nov 2006 2:52pm
NIce work again Damon. You're in the groove with this series.
26 Nov 2006 6:27pm
@Duncan Galbraith: Thanks Duncan! I wish it was just that little bit better, but it'll do. I've got a few more to it, and then I'll get back to subjects that are more typical for me.
By the way, they're playing "Monty Python and the Holy Grail"? That's a pretty old movie...
26 Nov 2006 9:06pm
@Mammoth in Chief: Thanks so much Mammoth! The Bloor Cinema plays mostly newish, but also many old, fims. Rocky Horror Picture Show at 11:30 on Friday nights! A neighbourhood treasure.
I agree, 800px across is not big enough for a photo like this. I like how the clown is just walking into the frame with all the faces towards him.
26 Nov 2006 10:47pm
@Michael Zhang: Thanks, Michael. I guess I could have posted it rotated 90° and 800 wide...
Like you said, it would be interesting to check all the faces in this picture! Very nice.
27 Nov 2006 12:57am
@Martine Lapointe: Given our sizing restraints here, I wanted to show the collective more than the individuals. Thanks.
I love this expression and nice colors.
28 Nov 2006 7:11am
@H.O: Thank you. First I made the colours stronger, and then I faded them away.
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