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Image ID: 451114
Title: Michelangelo's David - Abstract
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Album: Abstracts
Categories: Digital Arts | Fine Art  | Travel  
Keywords:

David, Michelangelo, Florence, Firenzie, Italy, Italia, National Gallery, statue, statuary, sculpture, marble, art, artistry, artist, biblical, scriptural, religious, spiritual, istah, Spencer

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Copyright: Jane A. Spencer
Submitted: Feb 02, 2007 12:10 PM
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Camera: Richot Point & Shoot
Film / Media: ISO 400
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10 7.64 based on 6 ratings.
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Photographer's Description

I first saw "David" in 1983 - and last in 2000. At that time, I didn't have the best of equipment - thought I was a tourist - didn't know that I was a photographer. This is a unique angle. Over the 4 times that I saw "David", I was always trying to get a different view. I like this one - but I didn't want it to be too "in your face," so I abstracted it to soften the effect. The story that David's right hand is larger than the left is true. Over the years, the viewing process has changed. In 1983, you could actually touch the statue (the one large toe was eroding from the touch of millions) and it was lighted solely by available light from the dome over his head. In May of 2000, it was roped off and lighting increased artificially with spotlights. Since the thrust is to protect the artwork - the time may come when you can't photograph it at all.

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Former member wrote 7 years ago (Feb 02, 2007 10:55 PM EST)  
Jane Ann, This is a great shot of The David. I like your digital editing. Tina

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Former member wrote 5 years ago (Feb 02, 2009 11:32 AM EST)
Maybe a ...
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Former member wrote 6 years ago (Jul 29, 2008 12:43 AM EST)
I really ...
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Anonymous rater wrote 6 years ago (Jun 06, 2008 01:52 PM EST)
I like ...
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Anonymous rater wrote 6 years ago (Dec 28, 2007 04:44 PM EST)
Gee, I ...
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Former member wrote 6 years ago (Dec 06, 2007 08:19 PM EST)
Unique view ...
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Former member wrote 6 years ago (Oct 05, 2007 08:26 AM EST)
[Composition: perfect, Creativity / Originality: perfect, Depth of Field / Focus: fair, Color or Tonal Range: good, Noise or Grain: perfect, Exposure / Lighting: perfect, Tells a Story: perfect, Dramatic Effect: perfect]
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